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Re: "LONG HOB" and "NOSH AND DOSH"

Posted by Victoria S Dennis on August 08, 2005

In Reply to: "LONG HOB" and "NOSH AND DOSH" posted by F.Khalid on August 08, 2005

: I am after the meanings of two phrases viz, "LONG HOB" and "NOSH AND DOSH"

"Nosh" means "food" in Yiddish, and "dosh" is slang for "money". I have never heard of "Nosh and Dosh" as a single phrase. Where have you heard it? In what context? I have never heard of "Long Hob" - are you sure you don't mean "Long hop"?