This yiddish curse is, well, downright mean

What does “Zol zi geshvoln vern vi a barg” mean?

Jordan Palmer, Chief Digital Content Officer

According to the YIVO, the Institute of Jewish Research, the term “Yiddish” is derived from the German word for “Jewish.” The most accepted (but not the only) theory of the origin of Yiddish is that it began to take shape by the 10th century as Jews from France and Italy migrated to the German Rhine Valley.

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