Is a Jewish Language Really Still Spoken by Non-Jews in Bavaria? https://mosaicmagazine.com/observation/jewish-world/2022/05/is-a-jewish-language-really-still-spoken-by-non-jews-in-bavaria/

Only in Schopfloch, as far as I know, have a large number of originally Jewish words survived in the speech of the local populace to this day.

May 11, 2022 | Philologos
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A church in the town of Schopfloch, Bavaria, Germany. Shutterstock.

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