Jewish English

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Jewish English

  1. The interrelated socio-ethnolects of the English language used by the Jews of Anglophonic countries, typically peppered with religious or cultural influences from Hebrew, Yiddish, and other Jewish languages (though usually not to the same extent as Yeshivish, which is essentially English but with extensive use of Aramaic, Hebrew and Yiddish terminology related to halacha (Jewish law) and Gemara learning).

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Jewish English (not comparable)

  1. Pertaining to, produced by, or originating from the Jews of England or Britain

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