Alternative forms 
From Yiddish מענטש (mentsh, “an honorable person”), from Old High German mennisko (“man”).
mentch (plural mentches)
- A person with integrity and concern for others.
- 2002, Givon Zirkind, Tales of a Recalcitrant Husband and His Journeys, ISBN 9780972693400, page 19:
- What do you do when you talk a mentch (civilized, decent human being), ask politely for something you deserve and don't get it. Eventually you do something.
- A gentleman.