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Lachoudisch is a near-extinct dialect of German, containing many Hebrew and Yiddish, native to the Bavarian town of Schopfloch. It was created in the sixteenth century (according to some[who?], in order for Jews to keep trade secrets). Few speakers remained after the Holocaust.


Markham, James (10 February 1984). "Dialect of lost Jews lingers in a Bavarian town". The New York Times. New York.

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