- Alternate names: Judeo-German, Yiddish Also: in -- Judeo-German
- Dialects: Mideastern Yiddish, Northeastern Yiddish, Southeastern Yiddish
- Scriptures published: Bible (1821--1936) New Testament (1821--1950) Old Testament (1678--1936) Portions (1544--1939)
FCBH (Einspruch) See above
The JESUS Film See above
- Literacy: No information available.
Second Language: No information available.
- Primary country: Israel
- Region: Southeastern dialect in Ukraine and Romania, Mideastern dialect in Poland and Hungary, Northeastern dialect in Lithuania and Belarus
- Also used in: Argentina, Australia, Belarus, Belgium, Canada, Costa Rica, Latvia, Lithuania, Republic of Moldova, Panama, Poland, Puerto Rico, Romania, Russian Federation, South Africa, Sweden, Ukraine, United States, Uruguay
- Religion: Jewish
- Status: Recognized language in Moldova; Recognized language in Romania; Recognized language in Sweden
- Number of users: 1,505,030 (215,000 in Israel (1986); 800 in Latvia)
- Vitality: Educational
(data from Ethnologue and other sources)