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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
noun: Prestige, social status, or pedigree.
From Yiddish yichus/yikhus (pedigree), from Hebrew yihus (pedigree). Earliest documented use: 1890.
“If you were a published author, for example, that would be yichus, or if you came from a family he heard of, that would be yichus.”
Bernard Beck; One American Dream; Amberjack; 2017.
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