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meshuga

adjective me·shuga \mə-ˈshu̇-gə\

Definition of meshuga



Examples of meshuga in a sentence

  1. <when your mother is meshuga like his was, a lifetime of therapy is pretty much a foregone conclusion>



Variants of meshuga

or

meshugge

also

meshugah

or

meshuggah

\mə-ˈshu̇-gə\

Origin and Etymology of meshuga

Yiddish meshuge, from Hebrew mĕshuggāʽ


First Known Use: 1885


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