By Nathan Geshplunget
He Can Spell Knaidel, How About Farblondzhet?
Arvind Mahankali won a spelling bee with his “knaidel” (or should that be “kneydl”?) but could he, or you, correctly spell and define these fun Yiddish concepts? Take our quiz! babka, in Yiddish, is spelled babke. Bobke really are sheep droppings. Sorry to trick you. But mmmmm, babke!
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