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Schonfeld notes that Gardenswartz and members of his congregation quickly deemed his intermarriage proposal unworkable.

In today's language however, it is roughly equivalent to the English terms "snot-nosed brat", "little squirt", and "naughty school-girl" in a humorous context.

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Writer Menachem Kaiser argues in his essay "Anti-non-Semitism: An Investigation of the Shiksa" that "the pejorative connotation of 'shiksa' is fuzzy at best" because "'shiksa' today is used as often as not in winking self-reference".) is a pejorative but humorous word for an immature young girl or teenage girl.

According to Polish language dictionary from 1915, it has been defined as "pisspants"; a conflation between the Yiddish term and its similarity to the Polish verb sikać ("to piss").

This depends on religious prohibitions against the marriage by the religion of one (or both) spouses, based on religious doctrine or tradition.

In an interfaith marriage, each partner typically adheres to their own religion; this excludes a marriage of a spouse belonging to religion X to a spouse who has undergone religious conversion from religion Y to religion X.

Interfaith marriage, traditionally called "mixed marriage", is marriage between spouses professing different religions.

Although interfaith marriages are most often contracted as civil marriages, in some instances they may be contracted as a religious marriage.

Rabbi Man,” followed by some, well, fairly graphic ideas. More disgusting was the feeling that I was some sort of conquest by some.

“Oh look, I’m dating a Jew.” “Aren’t I so progressive, a Catholic asking a Jew out?

We work at the same large company in different departments, and have a lot of shared interests, values, and goals.