Annotations to James Joyce's Ulysses/Circe/417

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Goim nachez     (Yiddish) Gentiles' pleasure. The usual spelling today is: Goyim naches. The expression is pejorative, implying that while Gentiles may derive pleasure from an event, such pleasure is beneath a Jew.


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