Yiddish

Rossi Glossary Word of the Day – Kishkeh
No, it’s not Neapolitan Italian, but it may as well be.
Yiddish, much like my Grandmother’s Neapolitan dialect of Italian, and some Spanish expressions have so much more than literal meaning.
For many of the expressions I use in nightly parlance during the “Late S…
The Rossi Glossary – Today’s Word-Kvetch.
Kvetch: (from the Urban Dictionary)
(verb) Piss and moan; whine; from the Yiddish;
(noun) a person who habitually kvetches (usually used for females)
Examples:
I got tired of kvetching about life in the great Garden State, so I packed up the U-Haul and moved to Delaware...