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This website: serves as a resource for the field of Jewish linguistics - the study of Jewish languages on an individual and comparative basis - encouraging collaboration among scholars of various Jewish languages; provides information and bibliographic references for linguists and Jewish studies scholars who wish to incorporate Jewish languages into their research; provides an introduction to Jewish languages for the general public
The current web site is a tool for scholarly research. It presumes that users are already familiar with the materials they are researching, and should not be misinterpreted as being a complete lexicon at this stage.