Judeo-Tunisian Arabic

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Judeo-Tunisian Arabic, also known as Djerbian Arabic, is a variety of Tunisian Arabic mainly spoken by Jews living or formerly living in Tunisia.wikipedia
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History of the Jews in Tunisia

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The vast majority of Tunisian Jews have relocated to Israel and have shifted to Hebrew as their home language.
The community formerly used its own dialect of Arabic.

Tunisian Arabic

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Judeo-Tunisian Arabic, also known as Djerbian Arabic, is a variety of Tunisian Arabic mainly spoken by Jews living or formerly living in Tunisia.
However, some dialects avoided the Hilalian influence: Judeo-Tunisian Arabic, a vernacular spoken by Tunisian Jews and known for the conservation of foreign phonemes in loanwords and slightly influenced by Hebrew phonology, Sfax dialect and Tunisian urban woman dialect.

Judeo-Arabic languages

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Judeo-Tunisian Arabic is one of the Judeo-Arabic languages, a collection of Arabic dialects spoken by Jews living or formerly living in the Arab world.
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Arabic script

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Varieties of Arabic

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Judeo-Tunisian Arabic, also known as Djerbian Arabic, is a variety of Tunisian Arabic mainly spoken by Jews living or formerly living in Tunisia.
Judeo-Tunisian Arabic (ISO 639-3: ajt)

List of languages by writing system

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Judeo-Tunisian Arabic

Albert Memmi

Born in Tunis, in French Tunisia, to a Tunisian Jewish mother, Marguerite Sarfati, and a Tunisian-Italian Jewish father, François Memmi, Albert Memmi grew up speaking French and Tunisian-Judeo-Arabic.

ISO 639 macrolanguage

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4) ajt – Judeo-Tunisian Arabic

Judeo-Moroccan Arabic

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The dialect has considerable mutual intelligibility with Judeo-Tunisian Arabic, and some with Judeo-Tripolitanian Arabic, but almost none with Judeo-Iraqi Arabic.

Israel–Tunisia relations

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Judeo-Tunisian Arabic

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Judeo-Tunisian Arabic, also known as Djerbian Arabic, is a variety of Tunisian Arabic mainly spoken by Jews living or formerly living in Tunisia.

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Judeo-Tunisian Arabic, also known as Djerbian Arabic, is a variety of Tunisian Arabic mainly spoken by Jews living or formerly living in Tunisia.

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The vast majority of Tunisian Jews have relocated to Israel and have shifted to Hebrew as their home language.

Language shift

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The vast majority of Tunisian Jews have relocated to Israel and have shifted to Hebrew as their home language.

Hebrew language

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The vast majority of Tunisian Jews have relocated to Israel and have shifted to Hebrew as their home language.

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The vast majority of Tunisian Jews have relocated to Israel and have shifted to Hebrew as their home language.