Meaning: nap or dream
• “Classes today have worn me out. I need to chap (grab) a dreml before I do any homework.” (bit.ly/2ziY25M)
• “If I’m boring you here, you may wish to take a break, lie down and ‘chap a dreml’ or ‘grab a little dream.’ (bit.ly/30xgSlR)
• “Dreml gikher, men darf di kishn! / Nap faster, we need the pillows!” (bit.ly/2zloA6w)
• Can Cardiovascular exercise prolong ‘lebn’? Speeding up your heart will not make you live longer. Want to live longer? Take a dreml.” (From “The Jewish Guide To Good Health” (bit.ly/2Hl7Rok)
Shaker Heights resident Harold Ticktin prepares “Yiddish Vinkl” for the Cleveland Jewish News.