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A skullcap worn in public by Orthodox Jewish men. Yiddish “yarmolke” < Polish “jarmukla”=cap.

To pester, nag, whine, or complain. Yiddish “nudyen”=to bore, pester < Polish “nudzić”=to bore, make weary.

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