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a Reassessment of
The Jewish Languages as Tools for Reconstructing the Origins
The Balkan Route of the Jews to the GermanoSorbian Lands
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13th century Arabic areas Ashkenazic Jews Asia Minor attested Avars Balkan Belorussian borrowed century A.D. ceremony chapter 5.2 Christian cited component contemporary conversion to Judaism coterritorial culture custom Czech denote diaspora Jews discussion early Eastern Yiddish ethnic European Jewish European Jews example French German Jews German lands Germano-Slavic lands Grecism Greek groups guages Hebraisms Hebrew and Judeo-Aramaic High German hypothesis Iberian Iranian Italian Jewish communities Jewish diaspora Jewish languages Jewish practices Jewish religion Jewry Judaization Judeo Judeo-Aramaic Judeo-Greek Judeo-Latin Judeo-Sorbian Judezmo Karaite Khazar language shift Latin linguistic literally meaning Medieval migration millennium Muslim native non-Jewish languages non-Jews north European northern Europe Old Palestinian pagan Palestine Palestinian Jewish Palestinian Jews partial language shift Polish population proselytes rabbis Romance scholars slaves Slavic lands Slavic languages Slavs Sorbs speakers spoken synagogue Talmud term tion tradition translation Turkic Ukrainian unique Upper Sorbian variants West Slavic Western Wexler word Yiddish dialects