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Cochin is a port city in India.
Cochin may also refer to:
- Kingdom of Cochin, a former feudal city-state on Malabar Coast, India
- Cochinchina, former name used by the French for the southernmost part of Vietnam, when it was ruled by France as part of French Indochina
- Cochin, Saskatchewan, Canada, a Resort Village in Saskatchewan, Canada
- Charles Nicolas Cochin (1715–1790), French engraver, designer, writer, and painter
- Pierre-Suzanne-Augustin Cochin (1823–1872), French politician and writer
- Denys Cochin, French politician and writer
- Augustin Cochin (politician) (1823–1872), French politician and writer
- Augustin Cochin (historian) (1876–1916), French historian and grandson of the prior
- Jean-Denis Cochin (1726–1783), French Catholic priest
- Cochin (chicken), a breed of chicken known for its thick plumage
- Hôpital Cochin, a famous hospital in Paris, France
- Cochin (typeface), a typeface designed in 1912
- Cochin ware, a type of Chinese pottery
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