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Chocó may refer to:
- Chocó Department, Colombian administrative region
- El Chocó - a name for Tumbes-Chocó-Magdalena, Pacific coastal region, extending through Panama, Colombia, Ecuador and Peru
- Choco languages, family of Native American languages, in Colombia and Panama
- Chocó people, former name of the Embera-Wounaan, a group of semi-nomadic Indians in Panama
- Guilherme Choco, Brazilian footballer
Choco may also be an alternative name for:
- A shortening of the phrase "chocolate soldier", a derogatory name for soldiers of the Australian Army Reserve
- Chayote, edible plant
- Chocobo, fictional bird, in various Square Enix Final Fantasy games
- Mark Williams (Australian footballer born 1958), former coach of the Port Adelaide Football Club
- Someone from the Mexican state of Tabasco
- Choco(late) Australian (Sydney notably) racist slang for a person of non-caucasian ethnicity, aka wog. Considered derogatory and offensive.
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