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Mennonite Low-German dictionary =

Mennonitisches Wörterbuch

by Jack Thiessen

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Published by Elwert in Marburg .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Low German language -- Dictionaries -- English.,
  • Mennonites -- Language -- Dictionaries -- Low German.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes prelim. matter in German.

    Other titlesMennonitisches Wörterbuch.
    StatementJack Thiessen.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPF5625 .T4
    The Physical Object
    Pagination70 p. ;
    Number of Pages70
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4476451M
    ISBN 103770805798
    LC Control Number79304075
    OCLC/WorldCa4104629

    Help us in creating the largest English-Low German dictionary online. Simply log in and add new translation. Glosbe is a collaborative project and every one can add (and remove) translations. It makes our dictionary English Low German real, as it is created . The goal is to assist in everyday communication and to open a window into the existing world of Low German literature. Many "triple entries" are provided in English, Plautdietsch and High German [Hochdeutsch]. Dialogues and short readings will also introduce .

    The Old Order Mennonites and Amish have the same European roots and the language spoken in their homes is the same German dialect. Old Colony Mennonites use Low German, a different German dialect. The Old Order Mennonites and Amish have been in Canada for . The book is very ‘readable’, the words and definitions sensible and easy to find. By creating this dictionary Jack Thiessen has given common folks, Mennonite and others the gift of keeping the language alive and growing. This book is a must have for all who love the .

    In fifteen Mennonite linguistic scholars, writers, and interested observers gathered under the joint auspices of the Manitoba Mennonite Historical Society, the Chair in Mennonite Studies and the Mennonite Literary Society at the University of Winnipeg in an attempt to devise a standardized Plautdietsch orthography. Define Low German. Low German synonyms, Low German pronunciation, Low German translation, English dictionary definition of Low German. n. 1. The German dialects of northern Germany. This book reports on This collection of short stories could be of interest to two entirely different groups of people--those who have Mennonite background.


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Mennonite Low-German dictionary = by Jack Thiessen Download PDF EPUB FB2

Kjenn Jie Noch Plautdietsch. A Mennonite Low German Dictionary Paperback – January 1, See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsFormat: Paperback.

The Mennonite Low German Dictionary is the most extensive reference work to date on the vital language of thousands of Mennonites in places as far flung as Russia, Canada, and Latin America. It provides a concise history and grammar of the language and more than twenty-five thousand entries—from Äajdatjs (lizard) to Resse’rieta (prankster) to Zyreen (siren)—taken from ever/5.

Plautdietsch (IPA: [/ʃ/]), Plauttdietsch or Mennonite Low German, is a Low Prussian dialect of East Low German with Dutch influence that developed in the 16th and 17th centuries in the Vistula delta area of Royal Prussia.

The word Plautdietsch translates to "flat (or low) German", from plaut (or plautt) meaning "flat" (referring to the plains of northern Germany or the simplicity of ISO pdt.

An authoritative Mennonite Low German dictionary first published by a Manitoba man more than 30 years ago is back in print after being out of circulation for years.

Mennonite Low German Dictionary / Mennonitisch-Plattdeitsch Wörterbuch Jack Thiessen Max Kade Institute The Mennonite Low German Dictionary is the most extensive reference work to date on the vital language of thousands of Mennonites in places as far flung as Russia, Canada, and Latin America.

Plautdietsch Bible / Plautdietsch Language Bible / Plautdietsch, or Mennonite Low German, Was Originally a Low Prussian Variety of East Low German, with Dutch Influence by.

The Mennonite Low German Dictionary is the most extensive reference work to date on the vital language of thousands of Mennonites in places as far flung as Russia, Canada, and Latin America. It provides a concise history and grammar of the language and more than twenty-five thousand entriesfrom?ajdatjs (lizard) to Resse'rieta (prankster) to.

Bidding was frenzied at a recent antiquarian book auction in New York City this week. Of particular interest to collectors was a rare out-of-print copy of Dr. Jack Thiessen’s ‘Mennonite Low German Dictionary.’ “Bidding started at 35 cents and skyrocketed from there,” said Sotheby’s auctioneer Alana Whitcomb.

Ed Zacharias reads from Isaiah chap which he translated into Low German. InZacharias self-published Ons Ieeschtet Wieedabuak, a dictionary containing more t Low German words. Zacharias, who attends Pembina Mennonite Fellowship, is part of a small, scattered but dedicated group of radio broadcasters, mission workers and educators committed to the relatively.

This group is known as the Low-German Mennonites because during their plus years in Poland/Prussia they developed their own Germanic dialect, known as Plaut Dietsch, also known as Platt Deutsch in German, or Low-German in English. Family Names of the Present day Low-German Mennonite Population.

mennonite-low-german definition: Proper noun 1. Plautdietsch (a variety of Low Prussian East Low German), particularly as it is spoken by Mennonites outside Germany: in North and South America, Russia, and some other countries.

(Not to be confused with the High G. The Mennonite Low German Dictionary is the most extensive reference work to date on the vital language of thousands of Mennonites in places as far flung as Russia, Canada, and Latin America. Aside from a concise history and grammar of the language, this dictionary contains more than twenty-five thousand entries-from Äajdatjs (lizard) to Resse'rieta (prankster) and Zyreen (siren)-taken from.

Mennonite Low-German Dictionary. Jack Thiessen. Elwert, - Low German language - 70 pages. 0 Reviews. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. References to this book. Deutsche Mundarten in der Sowjetunion Nina Berend, Hugo H.

Jedig Snippet view - RASK., Volume 1 Snippet view - The Mennonite Low German Dictionary is the most extensive reference work to date on the vital language of thousands of Mennonites in places as far flung as Russia, Canada, and Latin America. It provides a concise history and grammar of the language and more than twenty-five thousand entries—from Äajdatjs (lizard) to Resse’rieta (prankster) to Zyreen (siren)—taken from everyday speech Reviews: 7.

INTRODUCTION Herman Rempel's current revision of his dictionary entitled Kjenn Jie Noch Plautdietsch. is a substantial enlargement on the former, listing some additional words not previously included (Rhymes with plowedbeach) is a dialect of Nether-Saxon Low German spoken in the Americas mainly by Mennonites of netherlandic extraction.

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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, [3], pages ; 22 cm: Other Titles: Mennonite Low German dictionary: Responsibility. May 6, - Mennonite Low German Dictionary / Mennonitisch-Plattdeitsch Wörterbuch Jack Thiessen Max Kade Institute The Mennonite Low German Dictionary is the most extensive reference work to date on the vital language of thousands of Mennonites in places as far flung as Russia, Canada, and Latin America.

It provides a concise history and grammar of the language and more than twenty-five.Mennonite + Low German, because Mennonites were the ones to carry it out of Prussia. Proper noun.

Mennonite Low German. Plautdietsch (a variety of Low Prussian East Low German), particularly as it is spoken by Mennonites outside Germany: in North and South America, Russia, and some other countries. A West Germanic language spoken in Low (i.e.

Northern) Germany and north-eastern parts of the Netherlands, and formerly also in large parts of eastern and north-eastern Europe, which developed out of Middle Low German from Old Saxon; often treated as a dialect group of German (or Dutch) for convenience, but widely recognized as a separate language.