The Yiddish language, closely related to German but written in the Hebrew alphabet, is spoken by Northern and Eastern European Jews and by their descendants worldwide.
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How To Talk Jewish
A humorous site that reaches into Jewish ethnicity with an alphabetical listing of popular Yiddish words and phrases along with insight into the history of the language
Yiddish Transliteration
Yiddish Transliteration a.k.a. Romanization as standardized by the YIVO Institute. Also useful as a guide to the Hebrew-alphabet-based writing system traditionally used for Yiddish. (From Shtetl.)
The Yiddish Typewriter / Di Yidishe Shraybmashinke
Lets you compose a page of Yiddish text from your web browser. Also converts between a growing list of Yiddish computer file formats and character encodings.
Yiddish Transliteration
Yiddish Transliteration a.k.a. Romanization as standardized by the YIVO Institute. Also useful as a guide to the Hebrew-alphabet-based writing system traditionally used for Yiddish. (From Shtetl.)
How To Talk Jewish
A humorous site that reaches into Jewish ethnicity with an alphabetical listing of popular Yiddish words and phrases along with insight into the history of the language
The Yiddish Typewriter / Di Yidishe Shraybmashinke
Lets you compose a page of Yiddish text from your web browser. Also converts between a growing list of Yiddish computer file formats and character encodings.

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