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Considered a compliment in the pre-feminist era
The expression means don't worry so much about a problem, whatever it is - you've still got your health
Can refer to the ugliness of objects or people
As in an acute disturbance
Oy Gevalt is often used as expression meaning "oh how terrible."
Often said in parting but can be spoken with irony to mean go do your own thing
Thinks better of themself then they really are
As in You could use that like a "loch in kop"
Refers to a more chronic disturbance
Usually an extended family
Also means a clever lad or rascal
Usually refers to an older woman
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