meshugaas

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  • meshugaas — /mish euh gahs /, n. Slang. foolishness; insanity; senselessness. Also, mishegaas. [1905 10; < Yiddish meshugas < Heb mashugga ] * * * …   Universalium

  • meshugaas — n. (Yiddish) foolish or crazy activity; craziness …   English contemporary dictionary

  • meshugaas — me·shu·gaas …   English syllables

  • meshugaas — noun (Yiddish) craziness; senseless behavior or activity • Syn: ↑mishegaas, ↑mishegoss • Topics: ↑Yiddish • Hypernyms: ↑folly, ↑foolery, ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • List of English words of Yiddish origin — For Yiddish words used by English speaking Jews (that are not necessarily English), see Yiddish words used by English speaking Jews. This is a list of English words of Yiddish origin, many of which have entered the English language by way of… …   Wikipedia

  • mishegaas — noun (Yiddish) craziness; senseless behavior or activity • Syn: ↑meshugaas, ↑mishegoss • Topics: ↑Yiddish • Hypernyms: ↑folly, ↑foolery, ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • šgʿ — To rage, be(come) mad. meshuga, meshugaas, from Hebrew məšuggaʿ, mad, participle of šuggaʿ, to be(come) mad. * * * …   Universalium

  • mishegaas — /mish i gahs /, n. meshugaas. * * * …   Universalium

  • Yiddish words used by English-speaking Jews — Yiddish words may be used in a primarily English language context. An English sentence that uses these words sometimes is said to be in Yinglish, however the primary meaning of Yinglish is an anglicism used in Yiddish. This secondary sense of the …   Wikipedia

  • balderdash — n nonsense, moonshine, gobbledegook; humbug, bunkum or buncombe, Sl. bunk, U.S. Sl. blah; flummery, Inf. hokum, Sl. applesauce, Sl. eyewash; rubbish, SL tripe, Dial. culch, refuse, chaff, trash, Inf. truck, trumpery; tommyrot, Inf. rot, Sl.… …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • drivel — v 1. drool, drip saliva, slaver, slobber, slabber; sputter, splutter; snivel, sniffle. 2. babble, gibber, Sl. gibber jabber, jargon; twaddle, Brit. twattle, blather, blether, Inf. blither, drool; talk nonsense, Inf. talk through one s hat; ramble …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

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