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"naive, impractical person" (Steinmetz)
"Someone without a trade or regular means of livelihood" (Rosten).
"One who consistently wastes time: Bum, Fainéant" (Weiser).
"A misfit, such as a Talmud student of no promise" (Rosten).
"Someone with intellectual pretensions and half-baked ideas" (Rosten).
"An unemployed or lazy man" (Rosten).
a dispute (n)
angry, annoyed (adj.)
wise, learned person; genius
(with the particle "out") to become non-religious, "go off the derekh"
free; liberal, non-religious, the opposite of frum
a big healthy girl (or the adjective denoting such)
a sexy lady
"nothing, zilch, zero" (JPS)
feat, stunt, trick, challenge, ingenuity
peculiarity, particular oddness (JPS)
spitefully; deliberately; literally "in order to anger"
lively, enthusiastic; warm, heartfelt
a mischievous person, often a child
(with verb "to be") to ruin partially; damage (Yeshivish usage)
coarse, base, not classy, vulgar, common
a begger, a parasite. "A moocher" (JPS)
1. Capable of being true or believable: Conceivable. / 2. Capable of being done: Surmountable / 3. Practical, reasonable, or possible: Feasible. (Weiser)
Pertinent, relevant (Steinmetz).
[to go] to sleep (child-directed speech)
a strong, stout fellow
big shot, an arrogant person
(can also be used ironically)
Is that so? Really, actually, indeed, "in consideration of all the information available" (Weiser)
"More distant: Farther." (Weiser)
"At a more advanced point: Further." (Weiser)
"Further; next." (Steinmetz)
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