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U writes:
> Cheradenine "Hunt" Zakalwe meant:
> >The form you are thinking of would be _Jud-lang_. However, Yiddish is
> >not the only language associated with Jews -- arguably Hebrew is
> >more strongly associated. (Hebrew is _Israel-lang_ in EL).
> >
> I: So
> jud lang =3D yiddish
 
No. The form _jud lang_ does not exist in EL. The nearest existing
form is _Juda lang_ which means "a language associated with Jews". The
EL word for Yiddish is _Yidish_.
 
> Israel-lang =3D hebrew
> England-lang =3D English
> German-lang =3D German
 
The correct form is _Deutsh-lang_.
 
> Euro-lang =3D European
 
No. if you wanted to create a form like this in EL,m it would look
like _Europe-lang_. But because lots of languages are associated with
Europe, this form isn't used, because it would be confusing.
 
> Therfore the correct term for _Eurolang_ should be _European_, Europ=E4is=
ch_> ,
> _europeiska_, _jezyk Europeiski_ etc.
 
??
 
I fail to see your logic.
 
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Cheradenine Zakalwe
Eurolanga Publicizationa Organization