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  1. Yiddish - Wikipedia

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    Oytser fun der Yidisher Shprakh [Thesaurus of the Yiddish language] (in Yiddish). New York. Weinreich, Uriel (1999). College Yiddish: An Introduction to the Yiddish language and to Jewish Life and Culture (in Yiddish and English) (6th rev. ed.). New York: YIVO Institute for Jewish Research. ISBN 0-914512-26-9.

  2. Yiddish Wikipedia - Wikipedia

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    Yiddish Wikipedia is the Yiddish-language version of Wikipedia.It was founded on March 3, 2004, and the first article was written November 28 of that year.

  3. Yiddish is a language used by some Jews. At first, it was a dialect of German that Jews began to use in Europe about 1000 years ago. It was and still is used in the United States , especially in New York , and other countries that Jews have moved to.

  4. Yiddish Wikipedia - Simple English Wikipedia, the free ...

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    Yiddish Wikipedia is the Yiddish language version of Wikipedia.It was founded on March 3, 2004, and the first article was written November 28, 2004. Other websites. Yiddish Wikipedia

  5. Yiddish grammar - Wikipedia

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    Yiddish is slightly simpler than German in that German -m and -n are both -n in Yiddish (or, in the case of the definite article, dem), and Yiddish does not have a genitive case. The "definite" and "absolutive" versions of the neuter gender are a relic of the strong vs. weak adjective endings of German ( das gute Bier vs. gutes Bier ).

  6. Yiddish dialects - Wikipedia

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    Yiddish dialects are generally grouped into either Western Yiddish and Eastern Yiddish. Western Yiddish developed from the 9th century in Western Europe, in the region which was called Ashkenaz by Jews, while Eastern Yiddish developed its distinctive features in Eastern Europe after the movement of large numbers of Jews from western to central and eastern Europe.

  7. Talk:Yiddish - Wikipedia

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    Yiddish is a former featured article candidate.Please view the links under Article milestones below to see why the nomination failed. For older candidates, please check the archive

  8. Help:IPA/Yiddish - Wikipedia

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    It follows the pronunciation of "Standard Yiddish" (or "YIVO Yiddish"), as described in such works as Uriel Weinreich's College Yiddish and Modern English-Yiddish Yiddish-English Dictionary. For a guide to adding IPA characters to Wikipedia articles, see {} and Wikipedia:Manual of Style/Pronunciation § Entering IPA characters.

  9. יידיש – װיקיפּעדיע

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    ייִדיש, אידיש אדער יודיש, גערופֿן ביי אידן מאַמע לָשון, איז אַ שפּראַך װאָס װערט הײַנט גערעדט פֿון ארום 1.5 מיליאָן יידן און באַקאַנט ביי 3,142,560 מענטשן איבער דער װעלט, בעיקר פֿונעם אַשכנזישן אָפּשטאַם.

  10. Yiddish - Wikipedia

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    El yiddish, tamién conocíu como ídish, ya inclusive yidis (ייִדיש yídish y אידיש ídish, pronunciaos /'jidiʃ/ y dambos significando 'xudíu') ye un idioma perteneciente a les comunidaes xudíes asquenazíes tanto del centru como del este européu, según aquelles de los sos descendientes nel continente americanu y otros llugares del mundu, conociéndose-y alternativamente como ...

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