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Word of the Day 06/26/21 Haimish

Haimish (adjective)
haimish or heim·ish [ hey-mish ]


adjective Slang.
1. homey; cozy and unpretentious.

Origin: 1920–25; < Yiddish heymish,Middle High German heimisch,Old High German heimisc “pertaining to the home”; see home, -ish

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