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Submitted by Robert S Weisskirch

Information Picture Question
Category: Translation - Hebrew
Approval Date: 7/7/2010 4:20 PM
Family Surname: Izbutski
Country: Israel
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This was written on the back of a Rosh Hashana card--the kind sent from Israel to the US.

Can anyone translate the few lines?

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On  Response 
7/8/2010 2:40 AM Hello Robert,

The text is upside down, and it would be helpful if you rotate the image.....Jo
7/8/2010 3:36 AM This is written in Yiddish, not Hebrew.
7/8/2010 5:12 AM [Transliteration]

Bester fraynd Velvil
Ikh shik dir a vounsh karte
und ikh freg dir
Ts'mir vellin zikh nocha mol
bigrisin
vi uf der karte
anloigont

[end of transliteration]

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7/9/2010 3:20 AM The final two words are:

... harter
antikant

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