adj. (Of a Yiddish word or text, or of Yiddish speech) more German-like.
"Among Yiddish speakers of the 19th and 20th centuries for example, if one felt the need to sound more non-Jewish, one spoke daytchmerish..." (source)
Languages of Origin
- Other (please describe in Notes section)
- North America
Who Uses This
Used in English primarily in formal writing.
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