What do Jewish people call their uncircimcised children?
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I don't have a clue what Jewish people call them but I would call them "lucky".
I first heard this question years back from a Jewish man as a joke.
All of the answers given to this question are certainly correct. In the joke format the answer was "girls."
I especially like Connor's answer for what I now know about circumcision. Abolghasem's answer is culturally enlightening. Christine's answer, exactly as the original joke that I mentioned, is certainly correct.
However, Jean's answer to the literal question seems the most complete and, thus, the Best Answer.
Thank you to all to participated!
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I Guess Iranian Jews call them "Khataneh Nakardeh". I am circimcised so I am "Khataneh kardeh". It is common tradition of Muslims and Jews.
Total Answers: 4, Total Page Views: 393.The appropriate label, from Aramaic, translated , means,"It won't be long, now!"
That's funnier that the original joke that I heard years back!
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