kibbitzer
noun see kibitzer

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  • Иосиф Тункель — (1878, Бобруйск  8 сентября 1949, Нью Йорк)  еврейский писатель юморист и карикатурист, известный под псевдонимом Дер Тункелер (тёмный). Писал на идише. Биография Иосифа Тункеля написана Романом Тункелем. Английская версия расположена по… …   Википедия

  • Тункель — Тункель, Иосиф Связать? Иосиф Тункель (1878, Бобруйск  8 сентября 1949, Нью Йорк)  еврейский писатель юморист и карикатурист, известный под псевдонимом Дер Тункелер (тёмный). Писал на идише. Биография Иосифа Тункеля написана Романом… …   Википедия

  • BULOFF, JOSEPH — (1899–1985), U.S. Yiddish actor. Buloff was born in Vilna, Lithuania. At the age of 20, he played with the Vilna Troupe, performing in Russian, German, Yiddish, and Polish. In 1926 he was invited by maurice schwartz to join the Yiddish Art… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • NATHANSON, JOSEPH SAUL — (1810–1875), posek. Nathanson was born in Berezhany, the son of Aryeh Leibush Nathanson of Brody, a wealthy businessman who was also a profound talmudist. In 1825 he married Sarah Idel, the daughter of Isaac Aaron Ettinger, who was also a great… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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