When did the Yiddish language develop?

around the 10th century
around the 14th century BC
in the 19th century
in 1913
Yiddish developed around the 10th century in southern Germany on the basis of a local German dialect. The Romance borrowings in it show that Jews who came to Germany used the Old French or Italian varieties.
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