Saturday, November 29, 2014

A Taste of Yiddish 5.10

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this week's saying
אַ ליידיקגייער האָט קײַן מאָל קײַן צײַט נישט;
אַ פאַרנומענער מענטש האָט שטענדיק צײַט

transliterated
a leydikgeyer hot keyn mol kayn tsayt nit;
a farnumener mentsh hoot shtendik tsayt

the saying actually means
a loafer never has time; a busy person always has time

translated the Hebrew
לבטלן אף פעם אין זמן; לבן אדם עסוק תמיד יש זמן


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