Where was Knaanic language used?

In the eastern Caucasus
In northern Scotland
In Central Europe
In Palestine
Knaanic, also called Ju­daeo-Czech, is an extinct West Slavic Jewish lan­guage, formerly spoken in the lands of the Western Slavs, notably the Czech lands, but also the lands of modern Poland, Lusatia and other Sorbian regions. It became extinct in the Late Middle Ages and was replaced by Yiddish.

Answers distribution

In the eastern Caucasus
In northern Scotland
In Central Europe
In Palestine
answers
flagthe Netherlands
21%
17%
34%
26%
23
flagPoland
27%
11%
30%
30%
2590
flagthe United Kingdom
19%
26%
30%
23%
46
flagGermany
37%
12%
28%
21%
32
flagUnknown
29%
9%
21%
38%
462

Gender

men30%
women32%
In the eastern Caucasus
26%
24%
In northern Scotland
8%
9%
In Central Europe
30%
32%
In Palestine
34%
34%

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Where was Knaanic language used?
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Author: Katarzyna Dąbrowska
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