[Mendele] MENDELE Personal Notices and Announcements-- new blog "Gothic Yiddish" on Yiddish linguistics

Victor Bers victor.bers at yale.edu
Tue Nov 4 20:50:10 EST 2008

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Date: Mon, 20 Oct 2008 08:20:13 -0400
From: Charles Nydorf <cnydorf at gmail.com>
Subject: new blog "Gothic Yiddish" on Yiddish linguistics

>>> From: "Charles Nydorf" <cnydorf at gmail.com>
>>> To: mendele at mailman.yale.edu
>>> Date: Sun, 19 Oct 2008 15:15:27 -0400
>>> Subject: new blog "Gothic Yiddish" on Yiddish linguistics

>>> I have started a new blog "Gothic Yiddish" which will deal with topics
>>> in Yiddish linguistics. The first posting is a brief presentation of
>>> the hypothesis that Yiddish arose in pre-7th century Ukraine and was
>>> originally a form of Gothic. The url is www.gothicyiddish.blogspot.com
     Shmoyl Naydorf
>>>     (Charles Nydorf)
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