YiddishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Middle High German schuochsūtære, analyzable as schuoch (whence Yiddish שוך (shukh)) + sūtære, from Old High German sūtāri, from Latin sūtor. Compare German Schuster.

NounEdit

שוסטער (shusterm, plural שוסטערס (shusters)

  1. shoemaker