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ID a Name b 52-ACB-g Yiddish
ID a 52-ACB-g index
Zone f pdf
Page g 436
LSName h Yiddish
LSType i outer language
IsNotional k no
Notes l mame-loshn (=«mother-tongue»), yidish, jidisch, jiddisch, yidiš, jidich, jüdisch-deutsch, "hebraicised german", "judeo-german", "ashkenazi german" plurilingual < diverse languages transition < [52=] Deutsch-C./Central German & Deutsch-S./Upper German; developed and used by the Jewish diaspora in Europe from a German base on the Middle Rhine from around 9th cent., substantially influence < [12=] Ivrit (Hebrew) and Aramaic, and subsequently by [53=] Slavic. ¶ The majority of speakers in continental Europe were dispersed or massacred in the decade up to 1945, with a reduction in total number of speakers from approx.12 million in the 1920's, principally in Europe, to approx. 4-5 million in the 1990's, principally in the Americas (esp.USA and Latin America) and Asia (esp.former Soviet Union and Israel). 𝒮 from 11th cent.: Hebrew script
Script n Hebrew
Scale o 6
2 InnerLanguages • 11 Dialects • 2 ISO-639-Relatives
ISO-639 A ISO-639-1-Language-de German | ISO-639-1-Macrolanguage-yi Yiddish
GeoEntity C Deutschland | Belgium | Netherlands | Luxembourg | France | Schweiz | Österreich | Italy | Slovenija | Magyarország | Česko | Slovensko | Polska | Estonia | Latvia | Lithuania | Belarus | Russia | Ukraine | Moldova | Romania | Kazakhstan | Kyrgyzstan | Tajikistan | Israel | North America | South America
2 Nodes assigned
1 52-ACB-ga Yiddish-W.
2 52-ACB-gb Yiddish-E.

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