Suggested Title: Ooh OohGood Ones:
Studio whose films got off to a roaring start MGM
Kind of fiction SCIENCE [I wonder]
Theme: echoic ooh sound
Dismiss an occult doll-making practice? POOHPOOHVOODOO
Frilly Hawaiian dress? FROUFROUMUUMUUBy the Way:Hawaiian
is a word with four vowels in a row.
GELT is a Yiddish word, and one for which we already have an exact translation. Schlep
, when used to connote the (tedious) carrying of an “unwanted” load, does not have a duplicate in English. Sometimes schlep
is most apt.
HOCH was used today in German, but in Yiddish /hock/ I think it means to annoy, but I don’t know the spelling. Some Nits to Pick:
HOCH [It's German]
Three grins = Loved it; Two grins = Enjoyed it; One grin = A bit bland for my taste; One teardrop = Not much fun