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Dictionary English German: [Jewish]

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English German
Mazeltov! [chiefly Jewish]
377
Glückwunsch!
relig. frumm {adj} [Jewish sl.] [also spelled frum] [strictly orthodox]
272
strenggläubig [ultraorthodox] [Judentum]
hist. Bundist {adj} [pertaining to the General Jewish Labour Union of Lithuania, Poland and Russia (Bund)]Bund- [betreffend den Allgemeinen jüdischen Arbeiterbund von Litauen, Polen und Russland (Bund)]
Verbs
relig. [to slaughter in a Jewish kosher or Muslim halal way] [religious slaughter]
9
schächten
to porge [Jewish ritual: cleanse a slaughtered animal by removing the forbidden fat etc.]purgieren [jüd. Ritual: ein geschlachtetes Tier reinigen, indem man das verbotene Fett usw. entfernt]
Nouns
goy [a Jewish word for a gentile]
24
Nichtjude {m}
law relig. get [Jewish bill of divorce]
16
Get {m} [Scheidebrief im Judentum]
law relig. get [Jewish bill of divorce]
14
Scheidebrief {m} [Judentum]
[Jewish kosher slaughter, Muslim halal slaughter]
7
Schächten {n}
goy [a Jewish word for a gentile]
6
Goi {m}
cloth. relig. kittel [Jewish ceremonial robe]
6
Kittel {m}
hist. pol. ['Jewish fine, penance', a penalty tax levied after the November 1938 Pogrom by the Nazi government on Jews in Germany and the occupied territories]Judenbuße {f}
hist. law [laws restricting the number of Jewish families in Bohemia]Familiantengesetze {pl}
hist. [Nazi terminology for a person with at least three Jewish grandparents]Volljude {m}
relig. [official name of Jewish religious communities in Austria]Israelitische Kultusgemeinde {f} <IKG> [österr.]
hist. [persons with partial Jewish ancestry considered Jews by the Nuremberg Laws]Geltungsjuden {pl} [inoffizieller Naziausdruck]
hist. relig. Alcimus [Jewish high priest]Alkimos {m}
relig. spec. Amidah [central prayer in Jewish liturgical practice]Amida {f}
hist. Aryanizer [usurper of Jewish poperty]Ariseur {m}
hist. Bundist [female member of the General Jewish Labour Union of Lithuania, Poland and Russia (Bund)]Bundistin {f} [Mitglied des Allgemeinen jüdischen Arbeiterbunds von Litauen, Polen und Russland (Bund)]
hist. Bundist [member of the General Jewish Labour Union of Lithuania, Poland and Russia (Bund)]Bundist {m} [Mitglied des Allgemeinen jüdischen Arbeiterbunds von Litauen, Polen und Russland (Bund)]
hist. Bundists [female members of the General Jewish Labour Union of Lithuania, Poland and Russia (Bund)]Bundistinnen {pl} [Mitglieder des Allgemeinen jüdischen Arbeiterbunds von Litauen, Polen und Russland (Bund)]
hist. Bundists [members of the General Jewish Labour Union of Lithuania, Poland and Russia (Bund)]Bundisten {pl} [Mitglieder des Allgemeinen jüdischen Arbeiterbunds von Litauen, Polen und Russland (Bund)]
bibl. hist. Caiaphas [Jewish high priest]Kaiphas {m}
relig. Chai [Jewish symbol]Chai {n} [jüdisches Symbol]
hist. relig. Frankism [Jewish religious movement]Frankismus {m} [historische religiöse jüdische Bewegung]
Jewry [the Jewish people]Judenheit {f}
relig. Kaddish [Jewish memorial prayer]Kaddisch {n} [seltener: {m}] [jüdiches Gedenkgebet]
hist. middleman [esp. for Jewish cattle / livestock dealers]Schmußer {m} [auch: Schmuser] [bayer.] [(örtlicher) Vermittler eines jüdischen Viehhändlers]
bibl. mite [also: pruta] [smallest Jewish bronze coin in the NT]Heller {m} [im NT]
educ. school [esp. Jewish]Lehrhaus {n}
jobs relig. shochet [Jewish religious slaughterer]Schächter {m}
cloth. relig. tallit [also: tallith] [Jewish prayer shawl]Tallit {m} [auch: Tallith] [jüdischer Gebetsschal]
hist. relig. Tanna [early Jewish sage]Tanna {m}
hist. relig. Therapeutae [Jewish ascetics]Therapeuten {pl} [jüdische Asketen]
relig. Tishri [first month of the Jewish calendar]Tischri {m}
youngster [esp. Jewish youngster]Bocher {m} [Jidd.: Bursche, Junge] [bes. jüdischer Junge]
2 Words: Others
bibl. hist. relig. Judaeo-Christian {adj} [Jewish Christian ]judenchristlich [jüdisch geprägtes Christentum]
hist. pol. Judeo-Bolshevist {adj} [pej.] [anti-Jewish slogan]judeo-bolschewistisch [pej.] [antijüdischer Kampfbegriff]
bibl. hist. relig. Judeo-Christian {adj} [Jewish Christian]judenchristlich [jüdisch geprägtes Christentum]
Mazel tov! [chiefly Jewish]Glückwunsch!
2 Words: Nouns
hist. Balfour Declaration [1917, in support of "a national home for the Jewish people" in Palestine]Balfour-Deklaration {f} [1917]
relig. bat mitzvah [Jewish ceremony]Bat Mitzvah {f}
relig. bat mitzvah [Jewish ceremony]Bat Mizwa {f}
ethn. relig. Bene Israel [a native Jewish community in India]Beni {pl} Israel [auch Benai Israel, B'nai Israel, Bani Israel]
relig. bris (milah) [Jewish circumcision rite]Brit Mila {f} [jüdisches Beschneidungsritual]
relig. brit (milah) [Jewish circumcision rite]Brit Mila {f} [jüdisches Beschneidungsritual]
relig. Brith (milah) [Jewish circumcision rite]Brit Mila {f} [jüdisches Beschneidungsritual]
relig. commemorative candle [Jewish]Jahrzeitlicht {n}
relig. divorce papers {pl} [Jewish] [also: get]Scheidebrief {m}
relig. Eighteen Benedictions {pl} [Jewish prayer; often takes a singular verb]Achtzehngebet {n}
hist. pol. Jewish Bolshevism [anti-Semitic belief that Bolshevism was of Jewish origin]jüdischer Bolschewismus {m} [antisemitischer Begriff, demzufolge der Bolschewismus eine jüdische Erfindung ist]
hist. relig. urban Jewish quarter [also: Jewish Quarter]Judenstadt {f} [Judenviertel]
hist. law Jews' edict [Bavarian 19th century law limiting the number of Jewish families]Judenedikt {n} [Königreich Bayern, 19. Jh.]
relig. Rosh Hashanah [Jewish New Year]Rosch ha-Schana {m} [jüdisches Neujahrsfest]
hist. The Bund [General Jewish Labour Union of Lithuania, Poland and Russia]Der Bund [Allgemeiner jüdischer Arbeiterbund von Litauen, Polen und Russland]
hist. tolerance tax [a tax Jewish communities had to pay for being tolerated]Toleranzsteuer {f}
hist. toleration tax [a tax Jewish communities had to pay for being tolerated]Toleranzsteuer {f}
relig. tzedakah box [Jewish charity box]Zedakabüchse {f} [jüd. Spendenbüchse]
3 Words: Verbs
hist. to be half Jewish [female] [Nazi jargon] [also: to be half-Jewish]Halbjüdin sein [Nazi-Jargon]
hist. to be half Jewish [Nazi jargon] [also: to be half-Jewish]Halbjude sein [Nazi-Jargon]
3 Words: Nouns
hist. Property Transactions Office [NS-authority for the compulsory acquisition of Jewish properties in Austria 1938-1945]Vermögensverkehrsstelle {f} <VVSt> [NS-Behörde zur Enteignung jüdischen Vermögens in Österreich 1938-1945]
hist. residency (toleration) tax [a tax Jewish communities had to pay for being tolerated]Toleranzsteuer {f}
jobs relig. shochet and bodek [Jewish butcher and examiner of meats]Schächter und Prüfer {m} [koscheren Fleisches]
hist. yellow badge / patch [also Jewish badge, round or ring-shaped]gelber Ring {m} [auch gelber Fleck, Judenring]
hist. yellow star (badge) [Jewish Star of David badge]Gelber Stern {m} [ugs.] [Judenstern]
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