The following is a list of common Yiddish exclamations used by Harley Quinn in the DCAU. These exclamations are a subtle indication that she is Jewish, though references to religion were usually censored, especially during in the earlier-produced series.
|Oy!||Batman: TAS, "Joker's Favor"||Lamenting her fate after being cuffed by Batman.|
|Batman: TAS, "Harlequinade"||When Batman locks her in the Batmobile.|
|Batman: TAS, "Harley's Holiday"||Seeing General Vreeland bearing down on her in a tank.|
|Superman: TAS, "World's Finest, Part III"||Shoved into the pilot's chair of the out-of-control Lexwing and staring in bewilderment at the control panel.|
|The New Batman Adventures, "Girl's Night Out"||When Poison Ivy and Livewire are about to fight.|
|Plotz||Ooh, Mr. J. is gonna plotz when I show him...!||Batman: TAS, "Harley and Ivy"||Preparing to steal the Harlequin Diamond.|
|Just look at what I'm selling, you'll plotz!||Superman: TAS, "World's Finest, Part I"||Tricking her way into an antiques store.|
- "Oy!" is used to express frustration, uncertainty or apprehension; often short for oy gevalt! ("woe is me!"), oy vey ("oh, dear") or oy vey iz mir! (also "woe is me!");
- "Plotz" means to faint, fall down, or burst.