20 random words retrieved
"be strong and be blessed," usually said to someone who participated in a religious service in some way (for example, has an aliyah, makes a donation, opens the ark, etc.)
"Someone without a trade or regular means of livelihood" (Rosten).
"An unemployed or lazy man" (Rosten).
"A misfit, such as a Talmud student of no promise" (Rosten).
"Someone with intellectual pretensions and half-baked ideas" (Rosten).
"naive, impractical person" (Steinmetz)
"One who consistently wastes time: Bum, Fainéant" (Weiser).
A single, yeshivish male (see bochur) who is less culturally yeshivish than his peers.
"...food in the "dairy" category, according to the Jewish dietary laws...also refers to the utensils and dishes used for cooking, eating, and serving milk products." (JPS)
Rabbinic supervision designating food as kosher
Divine providence, interference, attention
only, simply, just for fun, not for a specific purpose
"peace be upon him"; said of someone who is deceased
Bully, violent person
A journey; at some camps, a hike or trip.
thighs (esp. of a chicken or baby)
"To thrive: Prosper" (Weiser)
"Accomplishing a mission or an attempt: Successful" (Weiser)
the blessing of thanksgiving that celebrates reaching a celebratory moment or marking a significant first
"in peace" (used to sign off in written correspondence)
comrade, mister (in left-wing political organizations)
non-Jewish woman, especially domestic worker
The sixth month of the Jewish calendar year.