Jiddisch

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Etymology[edit]

from Yiddish ייִדיש (yidish, Yiddish), from Middle High German jüdisch (Jewish) (in the phrase jüdisch deutsch (Jewish-German)), from jude (modern Jude) "Jew," from Old High German judo, from Latin Judaeus (Judean, Jew), from Hebrew יהודה (Y'huda, Judah), from ידה (Yadah, praise).

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Jiddisch (not comparable)

  1. Yiddish (of the language)

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Jiddisch n (uncountable)

  1. Yiddish (the language)

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German[edit]

Jiddisch

Etymology[edit]

Re-borrowed from English Yiddish, itself from Yiddish ייִדיש (yidish, Yiddish), from Middle High German jüdisch (Jewish) (in the phrase jüdisch deutsch (Jewish-German)), from jude (modern Jude) "Jew," from Old High German judo, from Latin Iūdaeus, from Ancient Greek Ἰουδαῖος (Ioudaîos).

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Jiddisch n

  1. Yiddish (language)