'Oosh:' The Cutest Suffix in Hebrew

The Slavic 'oosh' suffix has been attached to Hebrew words for a while now. But recently, largely thanks to teens and the gay community, the suffix is enjoying a Renaissance-oosh.

Your typical 'Instoosh' fare.
Your typical 'Instoosh' fare.Tomer Appelbaum

What's instoosh in Hebrew? What is the "-oosh" on the end of so many Hebrew words? Not sure? Press 'play' to find out.

Music: Yehudit Ravitz – Hayalda Hachi Yafa Bagan