Hebrew-Aramaic

Hebrew-Aramaic [hē′bro͞oar΄ə mā′ik, hē′bro͞oer΄ə mā′ik]
n.
coined ( c. 1954) by Max Weinreich (1894-1969), U.S. linguist, to render Yiddish loshn-koydesh & Heb leshon-hakodesh, lit., the language of holiness
a mixture of Hebrew and Jewish Aramaic

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