The Yiddish language (אידיש [ˈ(j)ɪdɪʃ]) is one of the West Germanic Indo-European languages. It is a living macrolanguage with ISO 639 code [yid] or [yi].
Yiddish is spoken by Ashkenazi Jews. This language is distributed in Israel and Germany as well as some other countries. The total of speakers is about 370'000 (native and second).
Hebrew script (Yiddish alphabet) is used for writing.
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