kuraddohikari (kuraddohikari) wrote in linguaphiles,
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Yiddish/Hebrew terms of endearment

What are some terms of endearment in Yiddish/Hebrew? I've heard bubbeleh/bubbala, any others? I don't speak either language, so help with pronunciation would be great. They don't have to be common terms, maybe just something you've heard that you like. =P

Also, any recommendations for sites/places I can learn these languages for free? Any music/books to help?
Tags: hebrew, yiddish
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