Jewish languages

2017-07-27T18:50:36+03:00[Europe/Moscow] en true Yevanic language, Knaanic language, Bukhori dialect, Tat language (Caucasus), Judaeo-Georgian, Judeo-Italian languages, Yiddish, Hulaulá language, Judeo-Berber language, Khazar language, Judeo-Persian, Barzani Jewish Neo-Aramaic, Biblical Hebrew, Karaim language, Lishán Didán, Kayla dialect, Krymchak language, Lishanid Noshan, Jewish Palestinian Aramaic, Jewish Babylonian Aramaic, Modern Hebrew, Judeo-Malayalam, Betanure Jewish Neo-Aramaic flashcards Jewish languages
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  • Yevanic language
    Yevanic, also known as Judæo-Greek or Romaniyot, is a Greek dialect formerly used by the Romaniotes and by the Karaite Jews of Constantinople (In this case the language is called Karaitika or Karæo-Greek).
  • Knaanic language
    Knaanic (also called Canaanic, Leshon Knaan, Judaeo-Czech) is an extinct West Slavic Jewish language, formerly spoken in the lands of the Western Slavs, notably the Czech lands, but also the lands of modern Poland, Lusatia and other Sorbian regions.
  • Bukhori dialect
    Bukhori (Tajiki: бухорӣ - buxorī, Hebrew script: בוכארי buxori), also known as Bukhari and Bukharian, is a dialect of the Tajiki language spoken in Central Asia (and in the diaspora) by Bukharian Jews.
  • Tat language (Caucasus)
    The Tat language or Tat/Tati Persian or Tati (Tat: zuhun tati) is a Southwestern Iranian language related to, but mutually unintelligible with Persian and spoken by the Tats in Azerbaijan and Russia.
  • Judaeo-Georgian
    Judaeo-Georgian (Georgian: ყივრული ენა) (also known as Kivruli and Gruzinic) is the traditional Georgian dialect spoken by the Georgian Jews, the ancient Jewish community of the Caucasus nation of Georgia.
  • Judeo-Italian languages
    Judeo-Italian, also referred to as Italkian is an endangered Jewish language, with only about 200 speakers in Italy and 250 total speakers today.
  • Yiddish
    Yiddish (ייִדיש, יידיש or אידיש, yidish/idish, literally "Jewish"; [ˈjɪdɪʃ] or [ˈɪdɪʃ] in older sources ייִדיש-טײַטש "Yiddish-Taitsh" (English: Judaeo-German)) is the historical language of the Ashkenazi Jews.
  • Hulaulá language
    Hulaulá (Hebrew: יהודיותא‎‎) is a modern Jewish Aramaic language, often called Neo-Aramaic or Judeo-Aramaic.
  • Judeo-Berber language
    Judeo-Berber (Berber: Tamazight Tudayt, Hebrew: ברברית יהודית‎‎) is any of several hybrid Berber varieties traditionally spoken as a second language in Jewish communities of central and southern Morocco, and perhaps earlier in Algeria.
  • Khazar language
    Khazar, also known as Khazaric or Khazaris, was the dialect spoken by the Khazars, a group of semi-nomadic Turkic originating from Central Asia.
  • Judeo-Persian
    Judeo-Persian, or Jidi (/ˈdʒiːdiː/; also spelled Dzhidi or Djudi), refers to both a group of Jewish dialects spoken by the Jews living in Iran and Judeo-Persian texts (written in Hebrew alphabet).
  • Barzani Jewish Neo-Aramaic
    Barzani Jewish Neo-Aramaic is a modern Jewish Aramaic language, often called Neo-Aramaic or Judeo-Aramaic.
  • Biblical Hebrew
    Biblical Hebrew (Hebrew: עִבְרִית מִקְרָאִית Ivrit Miqra'it or לְשׁוֹן הַמִּקְרָא Leshon ha-Miqra), also called Classical Hebrew, is an archaic form of Hebrew, a Canaanite Semitic language spoken by the Israelites in the area known as Israel, roughly west of the Jordan River and east of the Mediterranean Sea.
  • Karaim language
    The Karaim language (Crimean dialect: къарай тили, Trakai dialect: karaj tili, Turkish dialect: karay dili, traditional Hebrew name lashon kedar Hebrew: לשון קדר‎‎ - «language of the nomads») is a Turkic language with Hebrew influences, in a similar manner to Yiddish or Ladino.
  • Lishán Didán
    Lishán Didán is a modern Jewish Aramaic language, often called Neo-Aramaic or Judeo-Aramaic.
  • Kayla dialect
    Kayla, or Kayliñña (Ge'ez: ካይላ kāylā, for the people, Ge'ez: ካይልኛ kāylññā, Kayla, Amharic, and Tigrinya for the language) is one of two Agaw dialects formerly spoken by a subgroup of the Beta Israel (Ethiopian Jews).
  • Krymchak language
    The Krymchak language (кърымчах тыльы) is a moribund Turkic language spoken in Crimea by the Krymchak people.
  • Lishanid Noshan
    Lishanid Noshan is a modern Jewish-Aramaic language, often called Neo-Aramaic or Judeo-Aramaic.
  • Jewish Palestinian Aramaic
    Jewish Palestinian Aramaic was a Western Aramaic language spoken by the Jews in Roman and Byzantine Palestine in the early first millennium.
  • Jewish Babylonian Aramaic
    Babylonian Aramaic was the form of Middle Aramaic employed by writers in Babylonia between the 4th century and the 11th century CE.
  • Modern Hebrew
    Modern Hebrew or Israeli Hebrew (Hebrew: עברית חדשה, ʿivrít ḥadašá[h] – "Modern Hebrew" or "New Hebrew"), generally referred to by speakers simply as Hebrew (עברית Ivrit), is the standard form of the Hebrew language spoken today.
  • Judeo-Malayalam
    Judeo-Malayalam is the traditional language of the Cochin Jews (also called Malabar Jews), from Kerala, in southern India, spoken today by a few dozens of people in Israel and by probably fewer than 25 in India.
  • Betanure Jewish Neo-Aramaic
    Betanure Jewish Neo-Aramaic, the local dialect of Betanure, is among the rarest and most seriously endangered varieties of Aramaic spoken at the present time.