Balcanic Sephardite

Discussion in 'Etymology, History of languages and Linguistics (EHL)' started by sesperxes, Feb 15, 2013.

  1. sesperxes

    sesperxes Senior Member

    Burgos (Spain)
    Spanish-Spain
    Dear foreros,

    I'd like to know what differences may I find between the Sephardite spoken in ex-Yugoslavia and that spoken in, let's say, Istambul or Tessaloniki. I've spoken to Sephardites in Sarajevo and in Greece too, but I've not been able to see if what I didn't undersatood was Hebrew, Serbian or Greek loanwords and/or structures.

    Thanks
     
  2. killerbee256 Senior Member

    American English
    Do you mean judeo-espanol? I've never heard it called Sephardite before.
     
    Last edited: Feb 16, 2013
  3. sesperxes

    sesperxes Senior Member

    Burgos (Spain)
    Spanish-Spain
    You can call this language "judeo-español", "judeoespañol", "dzudezmo", "ladino", "espanyol", "lo ke avlamos"....
     

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