Yiddish Dictionary Online - ייִדיש ווערטערבוך אויפֿן וועב

Yiddish Dictionary Online - ייִדיש ווערטערבוך אויפֿן וועב

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blessing for a good occassion, the arrival of a holiday, or the first taste of fruit in a new season shekheyonu (m.) שהחיינו
brand new, spick-and-span shpogl nay shpog'∙l nay (adj.) שפּאָגל נײַ
Bronks, New York bronks bronks (plae) בראָנקס
column (in a newspaper, or in a table), a column heading rubrik roob'·rik (f.) רובריק
Happy New Year! (for American New Year) a gut yor! a goot yor / a git yoor (interj.) ! אַ גוט יאָר
New Year's Day nayyor (m.) נײַיאָר
new Yiddish (language) (Yiddish since 1700) ney-yidish ney'∙yeed∙ish / nay'∙yeed∙ish (m.) ניי־ייִדיש
New York nyu york nyoo york (place) ניו יאָרק
new, recent nay (adj.) נײַ
newborn infant kimpetkind (n.) קימפּעטקינד
newly-wed married man balbesl (or) balebesl bal∙beys'∙l (n.) בעל־הבתיל
newspaper blat (bleter) blat (blet'∙er) (n.) בלאַט
newspaper tsaytung tsay'∙toong (f.) צײַטונג
renew, renovate banayen (v.) באַנײַען
renewal, renovation banayung (f.) באַנײַונג
Tu Bishvat, the 15th day of Shebat, New Year's day for trees khomishoser bshvat khom'∙ish∙os∙er b∙shvat (m.) חמשה־עשׂר בשבֿט
woman in childbirth, woman who just had a baby, new mother kimpetorin (f.) קימפּעטאָרין