Yiddish (noun)

A Germanic language spoken by Ashkenazi Jews, written in Hebrew characters and having many Hebrew and Aramaic loanwords.

Origin:

The word "yiddish" originated in the early 19th century, it comes from the german word "jiddisch" which is a germanic language spoken by ashkenazi jews.

Examples:

  1. He grew up speaking Yiddish and Hebrew.
  2. The novel was written in Yiddish.
  3. He had a good command of Yiddish literature.
  4. Yiddish is considered a endangered language.
  5. Yiddish was the primary language spoken in Eastern Europe by Ashkenazi Jews.
Some random words: midair, comprehend, betrayer