meshugga

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  • meshugga — me·shug·ga …   English syllables

  • meshugga — adjective senseless; crazy • Syn: ↑meshugge, ↑meshuga, ↑meshuggeneh, ↑meshuggener • Similar to: ↑impractical • Derivationally related forms: ↑meshuggeneh …   Useful english dictionary

  • meshugga mentally unstable —    From the Yiddish shagig, to go astray or wander (OED):     They say he s meshugga. No sign of that today. (Deighton, 1988) …   How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms

  • folly — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Lack of good sense Nouns 1. folly, silliness, foolishness, inanity, idiocy; frivolity, ineptitude; giddiness; inattention; irrationality, eccentricity (see insanity); extravagance, nonsense, absurdity;… …   English dictionary for students

  • meshugge — adjective senseless; crazy • Syn: ↑meshugga, ↑meshuga, ↑meshuggeneh, ↑meshuggener • Similar to: ↑impractical • Derivationally related forms: ↑meshuggeneh …   Useful english dictionary

  • meshuga — or meshugge; also meshugah or meshuggah adjective Etymology: Yiddish meshuge, from Hebrew mĕshuggā‘ Date: 1885 crazy, foolish …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • Anything But Monday (magazine) — Anything But Monday was a nationally distributed humor magazine published in the late 1980’s. The semi monthly publication featured satirical social commentary, sarcastic criticism of public sensibilities, and comic strips that parodied many… …   Wikipedia

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