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This is from the introduction to the Center's email: "A gutn moyed! Thatís the traditional Yiddish greeting used during kholemoyd, the intermediate days of Pesach..." That's all I know about it and far more than I knew before receiving the email. "Moyed" rings of "middle" to me, but I can't say.

Busy? Me? Do you think I read or view every link that I post here? Then I really fooled you. Often I post thing that promise to be worthwhile, fun or interesting or al three.

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You've been busy!

I know the gutn, but moyed?

"Dance as if no one is watching."


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You'll be back and this will be waiting for you. I hope you'll be back in time to see the above greeting in timely fashion. (I learned the phrase from today's Yiddish Book Center email.)

History of mah jongg
www.yiddishbookcenter.org/language-l
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A salon of Jewish artists and writers in the Bronx a century ago -- a series
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The beginning of Yiddish lit in America, from Montreal's Jewish Public Library
www.yiddishbookcenter.org/collection
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Yiddish photography? Jewish photography? (Que veut dire?)
www.yiddishbookcenter.org/language-l
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Translation of a chapter of a century-old Yiddish novel. (To me, it is Shabbos, not Shabes. So many choices...)
www.yiddishbookcenter.org/language-l
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erature-culture/pakn-treger/2018-pakR>n-treger-translation-issue/erev-shab
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