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Is Shrek a Yiddish word?


  1. Is Shrek a Yiddish word?
  2. Is Shrek based on anything?
  3. Why did Mike Myers make Shrek Scottish?
  4. Where is Shrek's swamp?

Is Shrek a Yiddish word?

The name "Shrek" is the romanization of the Yiddish word שרעק (shrek), or שרעקלעך (shreklekh), which came in turn from the German Schreck and meaning "fear" or "fright".

Is Shrek based on anything?

Shrek is a 2001 American computer-animated comedy film loosely based on the 1990 fairy tale picture book of the same name by William Steig.

Why did Mike Myers make Shrek Scottish?

Explaining why he decided to switch up the accent, Myers told USA Today: "There is a class struggle in Shrek between the fairy-tale kings and queens and the common people. "I always thought that Shrek was raised working-class. And since Lord Farquaad was played English, I thought of Scottish."

Where is Shrek's swamp?

According to OP, players will be able to find Shrek's swamp house somewhere in the bottom left of Hunt: Showdown's DeSalle map should they want to see it for themselves.



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What are the answers to subtraction problems called?

The answer of a subtraction problem is called the difference.


What are the parts of subtract?

The 3 parts of subtraction are named as follows:Minuend: The number from which we subtract the other number is known as the minuend.Subtrahend: The number which is subtracted from the minuend is known as the subtrahend.Difference: The final result obtained after performing subtraction is known as the difference.




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