Yiddish Word of the day: Schvitz (to sweat)

Schvitz is the Yiddish word for sweat.  You can also use schvitz as a verb:  to sweat.

There is a Yiddish book with the title: “Schvitz: How to work out the Jewish way.”

When you go to a steambath and sit on the bench, you schvitz.

Here is how I can use the word schvitz in a sentence.   Example:

Some say that living in the Southern part of the U.S. during the summer months is a good way to schvitz.

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