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yiddish

yiddish Sentence Examples

  • Polish, Yiddish and German are widely spoken.

  • Josippon subsequently appeared in many forms, one of the most popular being in Yiddish (JudaeoGerman), with quaint illustrations.

  • Yiddish proverb: Most people are more comfortable with old problems than with new solutions.

  • I'm a Yiddish T-shirt maker, an educated hustler, that's all.

  • lingo spoken on the street later changed from French to Yiddish.

  • Yiddish songs and Klezmer melodies show the influence of early jazz with the immigration to the New World at the turn of this century.

  • Polish, Yiddish and German are widely spoken.

  • Josippon subsequently appeared in many forms, one of the most popular being in Yiddish (JudaeoGerman), with quaint illustrations.

  • Israeli revisionists contend that Yiddish, the revivalists ' mother tongue, is the substratum whilst Hebrew is only a superstratum.

  • Yiddish songs and Klezmer melodies show the influence of early jazz with the immigration to the New World at the turn of this century.

  • For a language like Yiddish with such limited uses, an online Yiddish dictionary will usually suffice.

  • Gentiles may confuse it with Hebrew, but in fact Yiddish is a blend of Hebrew and other languages that is rarely used anymore.

  • There's more to the Yiddish language than just knowing the pop culture references such as the word "ferklempt" and "meschugena."

  • The Yiddish language was developed by the Ashkenazi Jewish culture around the 10th century, with it being their primary language.

  • Today Yiddish is still written and spoken in Orthodox Jewish communities, although it is still the first language learned in many Hasidic communities.

  • While there are some universities that offer Yiddish programs, the chance of using the language is becoming less and less possible, making it more difficult for students to pick it up.

  • Some Gentiles might not realize that a difference exists between Yiddish and Hebrew.

  • Yiddish is referred to as the "mother tongue," while Biblical Hebrew and Aramaic are called the "holy tongue."

  • An online Yiddish dictionary can come in handy for translating English to Yiddish and vice versa.

  • It can provide spellings in both English and the Yiddish alphabet, and can also provide pronunciations.

  • It gives links to find larger Yiddish dictionaries, as well as separate pages for things like a Yiddish glossary and Yiddish slang.

  • Yiddish Dictionary English words to Yiddish.

  • It has a quick section to see the more recent Yiddish searches, as well as advice for using the dictionary.

  • Harkavy's Yiddish-English, English-Yiddish Dictionary differs from the others in that it's geared more towards Yiddish speakers looking up English, rather than the other way around.

  • Omniglot provides a brief history of the Yiddish language, and also includes the alphabet with pronunciation.

  • Whether you are a gentile wanting to learn more about the Yiddish language, or are Yiddish and wanting to learn English to correspond better with the rest of the world, there are plenty of online dictionaries to help you out.

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