Yiddish, a Jewish language of the Germanic family

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Online glossary of Yiddish terms commonly used in shiur

A while ago, I saw a one-page glossary of colloquial Yiddish terms that are commonly used in shiur (daily lecture in yeshiva). It looked like it had been photocopied more than a few times, so I think ...
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Yiddish Song on Purim

My family sings a song on Purim that I am trying to track down. It is mostly Yiddish, with a little bit of Hebrew. The song starts with פֿאַרוואָס זאָגט די תורה האָב נישט קיין מורא and ends with ...
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Is Moisheva (or Mosheva) a female version of the name Moshe?

Is Moisheva (or Mosheva) a female version of the name Moshe? Are there any examples of this? Is the Hebrew word for "settlement" moshav/moshavim or moshava/moshavot? Background: a rabbi has ...