Jewish geography


Jewish geography (Jewish geography) listen


  • n. A "game" in which Jews attempt to identify common friends or acquaintances.

Example Sentences

  • "As soon as I got there, we started playing Jewish geography, and it turns out he knows my cousin Liz! What a small world."

Languages of Origin

  • English

Who Uses This

  • Religious: Jews who are engaged in religious observance and have some Jewish education
  • Organizations: People involved in a professional or volunteer capacity with Jewish nonprofit organizations


  • North America
  • Great Britain
  • South Africa
  • Australia / New Zealand


  • None


  • Sometimes called "Jewography"

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