Comprehensive English-Yiddish Dictionary, written by Schaechter-Viswanath, Gitl & Paul Glasser

in Journal of Jewish Languages
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BleamanIsaac L.Yiddish Has a Word for That! Notes on the Comprehensive English-Yiddish Dictionary2016accessed January 17, 2017http://ingeveb.org/blog/yiddish-has-a-word-for-that-notes-on-the-comprehensive-english-yiddish-dictionary-2016

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