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  • proper noun The nearly extinct language of the Romaniote people of Greece.

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Examples

  • Most Yiddish words come from German, but circle in German is Zirkel or Kreis; this word keikel goes back to the Jewish dialect Yevanic, analogous to Yiddish, except that the vocabulary was Greek, rather than German.

    VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol IV No 1

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