Category:Cochin Jews

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Cochin Jews 
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Ebrei di Cochin (it); Juifs de Cochin (fr); Кочинские евреи (ru); Cochin-Juden (de); 柯枝猶太人 (zh); Paradesi Yahudileri (tr); کوچین میں یہود (ur); Yahudi Cochin (id); Cochini-jødar (nn); יהדות קוצ'ין (he); Cochin Jews (nl); Jueus de Cochin (ca); Cochin-jøder (nb); Kochin juutalaiset (fi); Cochin Jews (en); コーチン・ユダヤ人 (ja); കേരളത്തിലെ യഹൂദർ (ml); கொச்சி யூதர்கள் (ta) ethnic group (en); etnische groep (nl) Paradesiler, Beyaz Yahudiler (tr); マラバル・ユダヤ人 (ja); Juifs de cochin, Juifs De Cochin (fr); Malabar-Juden, Malabari-Juden, Paradesi-Juden, Meshuhrarim, Meyuhassim, Paradesi, Paradesi-Synagoge (de); Cochin Jews (ml); Cochin-jødar, Cochin jødar, Cochin jødane, Cochin jøde, Cochini jødar, Cochini jødane, Cochini jøde, Cochinjøder, Cochinjødane, Cochinijødane, Cochinijødar, Cochinijøde, Cochinjøde (nn); Cochini-jøder (nb); יהודי קוצ'ין, מלברים (he)

Cochin Jews, also called Malabar Jews (Malabar Yehudan) are the ancient Jews and their descendants of the former Kingdom of Cochin in South India, including the present day port city of Kochi (Cochin) in the Indian state of Kerala. They traditionally spoke en:Judeo-Malayalam, a form of the Malayalam tongue, native to the state of Kerala, in India. Several rounds of immigration of the Jewish diaspora into Kerala led to a diversity amongst the Cochin Jews.

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