Yiddish Dictionary

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Yiddish was at one time the international language of Ashkenazic Jews (the Jews of Central and Eastern Europe and their descendants). A hybrid of Hebrew and medieval German, Yiddish takes about three-quarters of its vocabulary from German, but borrows words liberally from Hebrew and many other languages from the many lands where Ashkenazic Jews have lived. It has a grammatical structure all its own, and is written in an alphabet based on Hebrew characters. Scholars and universities classify Yiddish as a Germanic language, though some have questioned that classification.

This application for the iPhone and iPod Touch is a Dictionary based application on Yiddish terms and words. . We have designed it so that you can easily find what you are looking for without the confusion and frustration like so many other applications out there on the iDevices.

FEATURES:

– Tons of Yiddish terms
– A ton of definitions
– Search through our database in alphabetical order.
– Search using any keyword
– Direct email access to us through the application
– Give us feedback directly through the application
– Check out our tutorial page directly through the application

Compatible with iPhone, iPod Touch

Category: Social Networking
Released: December 19, 2009
Publisher: Deep Powder Software
Price: $1.99 (buy app)

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