Yinglish

Yinglish

[ying-glish or, often, -lish]
noun
English characterized by a large number of Yiddish words and expressions.

Origin:
1950–55, Americanism; blend of Yiddish and English

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Yinglish (ˈjɪŋɡlɪʃ)
 
n
Also: Yenglish a dialect of English spoken esp by Jewish immigrants to New York, and heavily influenced by Yiddish constructions and loan words
 
[from Yi(ddish) + (E)nglish]

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Yiddish influenced English
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