Numerology information Litvak:

numerologyName Number: 3 Meaning: Communication, Interaction, Friendship, Joy, Lightness, Humor, Art, Positivity, Optimism


Definition funny of Litvak:

urbanTraditionally, a Lithuanian Jew, but more commonly a Jewish person who believes themselves to be intellectually superior and places great emphasis upon wordly items, such as money, cars, and prestige. They place little emphasis upon traditional Judaism and are instead obsessed with self-affluency and the need to belittle others for ascendency and fortune.

urbanDid Rachel have her bat mitzvah at the synagogue? At the synagogue, HA! They had it at the Beverly Hills Wilshire and the catering was shrimp and cavear from Spago's because they are a bunch of superifical litvaks!

urbana Lithuanian person; also can be used adjectivally

urbanThe town is crawling with Litvaks

urbanA leather clad teenager looking to cause trouble with the elderly and the authority figures of the community.

urbanThose Litvaks are taking over the downtown area If you go out at night you might get attacked by a Litvak


Songs about Litvak:

songsAnything You Want (Miki Litvak & Ido Ophir Remix) by Dj Zombi & Astronivo from the Album Anything You Want (Beckers Remix)

songsDead End (Miki Litvak Remix) by Schatsi from the Album Traffic - Compiled By Khainz

songsDead End (Miki Litvak Remix) by Schatsi from the Album Traffic EP

songsFrom Here (Miki Litvak Remix) by Astronivo from the Album From Here EP

songsFrom Here (Miki Litvak Rmx) by Astronivo from the Album Essential Flow - the best of flow 2009 - compiled by Pena

songsGalitzianer vs. Litvak by Rabbi Joe Black with the Maxwell Street Klezmer Band from the Album Eight Nights of Joy

songsGalitzianer vs. Litvak (The Polish Jew vs. the Lithuanian Jew) by Maxwell Street Klezmer Band from the Album Old Roots New World


Books about Litvak:

booksThe Litvak Legacy by Mark N. Ozer (Mar 2, 2009)

booksLitvak cuisine by Lara Lempert (Feb 25, 2013)

booksThe Tale of a Litvak by Morris S. Schulzinger (1985)

booksThe Litvaks: A Short History of the Jews in Lithuania by Dov Levin (Oct 2001)

booksZagare: Litvaks and Lithuanians Confront the Past by Sara Manobla (Apr 13, 2014)

booksFrom Shtetl to Milltown: Litvaks, Hungarians, and Galizianers in Western Pennsylvania 1875-1925 by Robert Perlman (Jun 2001)

booksProtecting Our Litvak Heritage by Josef Rosin, Sue Levy and Dov (Professor) Levin (Feb 28, 2009)


Movies about Litvak:

moviesFive Miles to Midnight / Region 2 PAL DVD / European Edition / Has English 2.0 and Hungarian sound option / 103... 2008 - Runtime: 1 hr 43 mins

moviesNido De Viboras Olivia De Havilland; Anatole Litvak Unrated -

moviesGoodbye Again - No me digas adios - Anatole Litvak - Ingrid Bergman. Unrated -

moviesbattle of russia by anatole litvak -

moviesDecision Before Dawn / Region Free DVD / Auido: Englisg Spanish / Subtitle: English, Spanish, Chinese / Actors... - Runtime: 1 hr 59 mins Directed by: Anatole Litvak

moviesTHE WHITE DEVIL 1930 Leon Tolstoy, Anatole Litvak, Alexandre Volkoff, Ivan Mozzhukhin, Lili Dagover - Starring: Ivan Mozzhukhin Directed by: Alexandre Volkoff

moviesAnastasia Region2 ; Anatole Litvak -


Wiki information Litvak:

Anatole Litvak
Film director, Film producer, TV Actor, Person, Deceased Person, Award Nominee, Film writer

Anatole Litvak was a Ukrainian-born filmmaker who wrote, directed, and produced films in various countries and languages. He was best known as the Academy Award nominated director of The Snake Pit and The Battle of Russia.

Salvador Litvak
Film director, Film writer, Person

Salvador Litvak is an American screenwriter, film director and producer who, with his wife Nina Davidovich Litvak, co-wrote the movies When Do We Eat? and Saving Lincoln. Litvak also directed and produced both films.