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adj. Entire, complete.
"I saw the gantseh mishpochah last week."
"Finally, if you just want to forget the gantse Megillah with the reindeer and the mistletoe..." (source)
"OK, OK, I don't need to hear the gantse mayse!"
“He looks puny, but I once saw him down a gantze pizza pie.” (Weiser)
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גאַנץ gants 'whole, entire'
gantze, gantse, ganze, gantsa, gantza, gantsah, gantzah, gantz, ganz, ganze
Gantseh (as before "megillah" or "mishpochah," which are feminine in Yiddish) has the singular feminine ending -e (גאַנצע in Yiddish). This seems to be the ending used before all nouns in Jewish-English.
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