Recent Examples of mensch from the Web
Whatever is the Greek counterpart for mensch would apply perfectly to Paul (who is almost comically proud of his Greek heritage)—and, with further gender and nationality adjustments, to Kukula as well.
UConn fans have got to be mensches, too, this fall.
Menashe's final attempt to become a mensch in his community is to host a memorial meal at his tiny apartment in his late wife's honor.
Native Washingtonian, business owner, mayoral candidate, and mensch.
Whether the mensch will provide enough luck to propel Israel to the second round is unclear.
Like Jenny’s mensch, the Kia Stinger is a little ballsy, from the cartoonish name to the swagger in its styling to the hatchback body to the rear-drive platform.
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Origin and Etymology of mensch
First Known Use: 1856See Words from the same year
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