does anyone know the name of the hatthat lttle chassidshe boys wear and were can i get them thanx
Keshketel, I geuss it’s bought in childrens wear stores (obviously only in chasidishe neighborhood stores).
Kaskettel”- it is the word ‘kasket” that means a cap in german and made’yiddish”. in french -the word “casque” means a helmet.
They can be bought in stores that sell chasidishe hats.
In my shul, its called a “kashkett”
“Casquette” is the French word for “cap.”
“Kappe” is the German word for “cap.”
homeowner-that is interesting. so,are you telling us that the polish jews took a french word and made it yiddish? usually, the original words were german.
ROB, not telling you anything, just making an observation about languages.
In Vizhnitz they are called Datchiklach, and can usually be found in stores that sell Yarmulkes.
datchik- sounds more like a russian/polish noun and it makes sense
France and Germany are the Ashkenaz homeland, so it would not be surprising that as Ashkenazim moved into Poland that there might be a few French words.
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