דרמה

HebrewEdit

EtymologyEdit

Originally a borrowing from Ancient Greek δρᾶμα (drâma). The modern sense is a semantic loan from English drama.

NounEdit

דְּרָמָה (dramaf

  1. Drama: plays, taken collectively, and other literature meant to be performed.
  2. Drama, melodrama.
    • איה כורם, שיר סיכום
      מתאימה לך איזו סטודנטית לקרמיקה יוצרת עם לב מחרס וידיים של זהב שתאהב אותך רצוף ובלי דרמה מיותרת
      [What would] suit you is some student — [a student] of ceramics! A "creatrix" [of ceramics]. With a "heart of clay" and "hands of gold." [One] who will love you [and love you - continuously] and without [a bunch of] drama.