Since Yiddish was originally written using the Hebrew alphabet, some words have several spellings in the Latin alphabet.

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There are differing approaches to the romanisation of Yiddish orthography (which uses the Hebrew alphabet) and the spelling of some of these words may therefore be variable (for example, schlep is also seen as shlep, schnoz as shnozz).

Many of these words are more common in the US entertainment industry, via vaudeville, the Catskills/Borscht Belt, and Hollywood.

Others are more regionally oriented, e.g., in the New York City metropolitan area.

A number of Yiddish words also entered English via large Jewish communities in Britain, particularly London, where Yiddish has influenced the Cockney dialect.

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Only seeing profiles of people of the same sex is free, which means that if a guy is interested in women, he'll have to get out his wallet. AZAR - Random Video Chat is an interesting alternative to the same old flirting apps, such as Badoo or Meetic, since it suggests using a video conference instead of looking at photos and reading a little bit about the other person.

This is a list of words that have entered the English language from the Yiddish language, many of them by way of American English.

AZAR - Random Video Chat is exactly what its name suggests it is: an app that lets you have random video conversations with other users.

In other words, it's a sort of hybrid between Badoo and Chatroulette.

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