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Yiddish (ייִדיש, יידיש ) (mame-loshan) is the historical language of the Ashkenazi Jews. Ashkenaz is the Hebrew word used to refer to the Jews who settled in continental Western Europe thousand years back. Yiddish is Judeo-German, one of the Jewish languages of the Diaspora, like Spanish-Jewish or Jewish-Arabic which slowly declined after WW II era.

Yiddish has retained significance because Hasidic Jews, a branch of Ultra-Orthodox Jewry, continue to speak it fluently and transmit it intergenerationally, the language is nevertheless declining in common usage. It has heavy influence of medieval German, Hebrew and little of Slavic languages. Regional Dialects varies as per different regions: for e.g American Yiddish borrows from American English; French Yiddish borrows from French.
Key Dialects: Eastern Yiddish and Western Yiddish.

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