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Jewish folklore, don't tell our Rabbi, OK?, but there is a female yiddishkeit elf who visits children during the gift giving period of time around the Chanukah/ Hanukkah and Christmas Holidays. She is a nice and really funny lady that comes around once a year and brings children who believe in her toys, especially us really good Jewish kids who Santa seems to forget or who because we are Jewish isn't allowed to sneek in our houses by slipping down the chimney or if you live in an apartment with out a chimney altogether. See Yenta for origins of the name in Yiddish and in contemporary culture and Santa Claus for that way cool guy from the North Pole all the other kids in the world get their toys from.

"You'd better not kvetch, or eat chozzerai, You'd better not greps, I'm telling you why... Yenta Claus in coming to town!" Yenta Claus, A Hanukkah Carol,

or

"She is such a nice Yenta! And to think we have a real Bubbie that brings the kinderlach such nice toys! Don't tell Rabbi Cohen about Yenta Claus or else it's back to finding a nasty lump of coal!"
by Joy Cuddles September 13, 2006
 
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An older and very small jewish lady. I heard she looks like Dr Ruth. Maybe it is Dr Ruth dressed in a blue elf outfit? Any way, I heard sneeks around giving toys to the kids Santa forgets or isn't allowed to give toys to because someone, who never ask us kids first if that was OK or not, won't let him come to our houses because we are jewish. Is that true? Is there a Yenta Claus?
"Here comes Yenta Claus, here comes Yenta Claus driving down Yenta Claus Lane..........."

"Oy, what Joy! Yenta Claus is coming to town!"

"Yes Virginia, there really is a Yenta Claus"

by MerryLou_97 September 15, 2006
 
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She must be some sort of Golem or my Bubbie dressed up as one. I really like her. She brings Jewish kids, well and anyone who else who believes in her too I guess, really nice toys and stuff just like Santa Claus only she is Jewish!
I saw Zaddie kissing Yenta Claus while she was noshing on latkes!
by Jason MacBeeSting September 13, 2006
 
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I love her because she loves me and brings me toys. She is the best Hanukkah magic ever!
I asked Yenta Claus to come to my house.
by Xyreal_95 September 21, 2006
 
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I have a secret; her name is Yenta Claus. My secret brings me toys just like Santa Claus, just different. See, she is Jewish and no one else in the whole wide world knows about her because she is a secret.
I asked Yenta Claus for a new brother.
by Hanna_97 September 14, 2006
 
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Jewish folklore, a way cool older woman that's nice and really funny. She brings kids toys, especially us really good Jewish kids who Santa seems to forget, or who because we are Jewish, Santa isn't allowed to sneek into our houses by slipping down the chimney or if you live in an apartment with out a chimney altogether. Just don't tell Rabbi Ebenezer. Pretty please with icecream and sugar on top. I promise to be good all year if you let me believe.
"You'd better not kvetch, or eat chozzerai, You'd better not greps, I'm telling you why... Yenta Claus in coming to town!"

or

"She is such a nice Yenta! And to think we have a real Bubbie that brings the kinderlach such nice toys! Don't tell Rabbi Ebenezer about Yenta Claus or else it's no more toys and back to getting that nasty lump of coal!"
by Alex _11 September 14, 2006
 
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Origin in Jewish folklore, is a female Yiddishkeit elf who visits children during the gift giving period of time around the Chanukah/ Hanukkah and Christmas Holidays. A term for a feminine secular Jewish Santa Claus-like character used to introduce humor and as an attempt to include all children in seasonal festivities. An American Jewish magical gift giving character. See Yenta for origins of the name in Yiddish and in contemporary culture.
"You'd better not kvetch, or eat chozzerai, You'd better not greps, I'm telling you why... Yenta Claus in coming to town!" Yenta Claus, A Hanukkah Carol, Author unknown
by ToyTimeJoy September 12, 2006