It is quite likely that Sise is the Yiddish rendering of the German word
Suesse (meaning sweet), a quite common Jewish affectionate name, but =
given to female persons.
"to:lcsik" (toelcsik) could be a Hungarian idiom meaning a filler or =
of distillates/booze (>from the Hungarian word kito:lteni - to fill out).
Thomas (Tom) Venetianer
Sao Paulo - Brasil
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