Jew|ish


Jew|ish
Jew|ish «JOO ihsh», adjective, noun.
–adj.
1. of the Jews; belonging to the Jews; characteristic of the Jews; Hebrew: »

Jewish religious beliefs.

SYNONYM(S): Judaic.
2. Informal. Yiddish.
–n.
Informal. Yiddish.
Jew´ish|ly, adverb.
Jew´ish|ness, noun.

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