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Ashkenazi Jews[edit | edit source]

Ashkenazi Jews (/ˌɑːʃkəˈnɑːzi, ˌæʃ-/ A (H) SH-kə-NAH-zee; Hebrew: יְהוּדֵי אַשְׁכְּנַז, Romanized: Yehudei Ashkenaz, Lit. 'Jews nyan Germania'; Yiddish: אַשכּנזישע ייִדן, Romanized: Ashkenazishe Yidn), Nan ah kpeye be Ashkenazic Jews koma Ashkenazim nan, ezhimi jew wun yi dan Roman Empire bo dagan Millennium C.E nyan chaba'o. Ezhimi gbere nan'e ta nan yi Yiddish, Kaman ah man pavo lo yilazhin toh yilozun kin Europe dagan middle Age ebo eza wan pa'o.[1][2][3][4][5]

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  2. Abayomi, Anita (19 July 2021). ,Asisat OshoalaAs long as Education is Important Sport is Also Importanttheathletic.com'.The Athletic. Retrieved (21 July 2021).
  3. GOAL50 (2021).The best female players in the world revealed after your vote'. Goal. (17 November 2021). Archived from the original on (17 November 2021). Retrieved (17 November 2021).
  4. Best of Women's Football in Africa Celebrated in Egypt'.Fifa. (7 January 2020). Retrieved (29 August 2021).
  5. Oshoala off to China'.SuperSport. (11 February 2017). Retrieved (11 February 2017).