Origin : Yiddish,
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Additional information Mirele:
Yiddish diminutive of MIRIAM
Definition funny of Mirele:
Banging your ex girlfriend one last time a couple days after you tell her dad that she gives good brain.
After he realized that he didn't want to get back with her he pulled a Mireles on her ass.
Songs about Mirele:
Corrido de Adan Zapata Mireles by Adan Zapata from the Album Corrido de Adan Zapata Mireles - Single
Get Off My Back (feat. J. Mireles) [Explicit] by Alien Zombeats from the Album Minutes After Midnight [Explicit]
Livin' in Limbo (feat. Brent Burns & Mark Mireles) by The Boat Drunks from the Album Covering Their Tracks
Los Caballos de Mireles by Chuy Quintanilla from the Album Destino de Traficantes
Mirele by Chava Alberstein from the Album Celebrate Yiddish
Mirele by Jan Peerce from the Album On 2Nd Avenue
Mirele Efros (Mirale Efros) by Ida Kaminska from the Album Ester-Rokhl Kaminski Yiddish Theater in Warsaw - Excerpts from plays
Books about Mirele:
Mireles, el rebelde (Spanish Edition) by J. Jesús Lemus (Sep 9, 2014)
Cross, Landers, Mireles and Yu's Global Issues in Intellectual Property Law by John Cross, Amy Landers, Michael Mireles and Peter Yu (Feb 11, 2010)
"Empieza la verdadera guerra".(Josê Manuel Mîreles, lîder de grupos de autodefensa en Michoacân)(Entrevist... by Josê Gil Olmos (Oct 1, 2014)
Mirele et la Sorcière
Las autodefensas no son legales, pero sî legîtimas: Josê Manuel Mireles/Consejo de Teplacatepec.: An article from... by Antonio Cerda Ardura (Jul 18, 2014)
MIRELE EFROS AND MOTHER COURAGE - PLAYBILL by JACOB AND BERTOLT BRECHT GORDIN (1967)
MIRELE EFROS - PLAYBILL - NOVEMBER 1967 - VOL. 4 - NO. 11 by JACOB GORDIN (1967)
Movies about Mirele:
Mirele Efros Yiddish with English Subtitles -
Wiki information Mirele:
Mirele Efros was an 1898 Yiddish play by Jacob Gordin. Some have called it "the Jewish Queen Lear". The title character is a powerful matriarch who becomes bitterly estranged from her own family. Lulla Rosenfeld, in her commentary to Jacob Adler's...