In a sign that Americans are fed up with deciding how to spell the Hebrew guttural sound that starts the name of the Jewish winter festival, Happy Llamakah sweaters are now for sale.

03-2-l-llama-oneAs deliberately ugly as their gentile December wardrobe mates, these dromedary designs are available in your choice of cute or borderline offensive.

To the chagrin of the llama-lover we know, they come in synthetic fibers rather than the plush wool produced by real live llamas.

And in a nod to the essential unspellability of this Jewish holiday, they don’t agree on how to spell the tail end of the festival. Is it one K or two?