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Yidish – English

Pequeño diccionario Yidish – English

Letra E

  • Ech – A groan, a disparaging exclamation
  • Ech mir (eppes) – Humorous, disparaging remark about anything.  e.g. «American Pie ech mir a movie?»
  • Efsher – Maybe, could be
  • Ei! Ei! – Yiddish exclamation equivalent to the English «Oh!»
  • Eingeshpahrt – Stubborn
  • Eingetunken – Dipped, dunked
  • Einhoreh – The evil eye
  • Eizel – Fool, dope
  • Ek velt – End of the world
  • Emes – The truth
  • Emitzer – Someone
  • Enschultig meir – «Well excuuuuuuse ME!» (Can also bu used in a non-sarcastic manner depending on the tone of voice and situation.)
  • Entoisht – Disappointed
  • Eppes – Something
  • Er bolbet narishkeiten – He talks nonsense
  • Er drayt sich arum vie a fortz in russell – He wanders around like a fart in a barrel (aimless)
  • Er est vi noch a krenk. – He eats as if he just recovered from a sickness.
  • Er frest vi a ferd. – He eats like a horse.
  • Er hot a makeh. – He has nothing at all (Lit., He has a boil or a minor hurt.)
  • Er hot nit zorg. – He hasn’t got a worry.
  • Er iz a niderrechtiker kerl! – He’s a low down good-for-nothing.
  • Er iz shoyn du, der nudnik! – The nuisance is here already!
  • Er macht a tel fun dem. – He ruins it.
  • Er macht zack nisht visindicht – He pretends he doesn’t know he is doing something wrong.  Example: Sneaking into a movie theatre, or sneaking to the front of a line.
  • Er toig (taig) nit – He’s no good, worthless
  • Er varved zakh – Lit: He’s throwing himself.  Example: He’s getting angry, agitated, pissed-off.
  • Er zitst oyf shpilkes. – He’s restless. (Lit., He sits on pins and needles.)
  • Er zol vaksen vi a tsibeleh, mit dem kop in drerd! – He should grow like an onion, with his head in the ground!
  • Eretz Yisroel – Land of Israel
  • Es brent mir ahfen hartz. – I have a heartburn.
  • Es gait nit! – It doesn’t work! It isn’t running smoothly!
  • Es gefelt mir. – I like it. (Lit., It pleases, me.)
  • Es hot zich oysgelohzen a boydem! – Nothing came of it! (Lit., There’s nothing up there but a small attic.)
  • Es iz a shandeh far di kinder! – It’s a shame for the children!
  • Es iz (tsu) shpet. – It is (too) late.
  • Es ken gemolt zein. – It is conceivable. It is imaginable.
  • Es macht mir nit oys. – It doesn’t matter to me.
  • Es iz nit dayn gesheft – It’s none of your business.
  • Es past nit. – It is not becoming. It is not fitting.
  • Es tut mir a groisseh hanoeh! – It gives me great pleasure!(often said sarcastically)
  • Es tut mir bahng. – I’m sorry. (Lit., It sorrows me)
  • Es tut mir vai – It hurts me.
  • Es vert mir finster in di oygen. – This is a response to receiving extremely upsetting information or news. (Lit., It’s getting dark in my eyes.)
  • Es vet gornit helfen! – Nothing will help!!
  • Es vet helfen vi a toiten bahnkes! – It won’t help (any)! (Lit., It will help like blood-cupping on a dead body.)
  • Ess vie ein foygl sheise vie ein feirt! – Eat like a bird, shit like a horse!
  • Ess, bench, sei a mensch – Eat, pray, don’t act like a jerk!
  • Ess gezunterhait – Eat in good health
  • Essen – To eat
  • Essen mitik – Eating midday or having dinner.

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