Jewish and non-Jewish creators of "Jewish" languages: with special attention to judaized Arabic, Chinese, German, Greek, Persian, Portuguese, Slavic (modern Hebrew/Yiddish), Spanish, and Karaite, and Semitic Hebrew/Ladino ; a collection of reprinted articles from across four decades with a reassessment

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Harrassowitz, 2006 - Foreign Language Study - 904 pages
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NOTES ON TRANSCRIPTION AND TRANSLITERATION
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THEORETICAL APPROACHES TO JEWISH LANGUAGES
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The case of Hebrew 1994
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