Ladino

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Ladino may refer to:

  • Ladino people, a socio-ethnic category of Mestizo or hispanicized people in Central America especially in Guatemala
  • Black ladinos, a historical ethnic community in Medieval Spain
  • Ladin language, a Romance language spoken in Northern Italy, known in Italian as Ladino
  • Ladino, also known as Judaeo-Spanish, a language primarily spoken among Sephardic Jews, and the written form of Judaeo-Spanish used in Sephardic religious texts, secular literature, and songs
  • Ladino (surname)
  • Ladino (rural locality), a rural locality (a village) in Novorzhevsky District of Pskov Oblast, Russia
  • Ladino, a hardy type of large white clover, often grown as a forage crop
  • Ladino, a variety of Mexican Spanish spoken in New Mexico
  • Ladino poem, a 19th century Philippine poetry style

See also[edit]

  • Ladina, a village in Croatia
  • Latino (demonym), term for a person of Cuban, Mexican, Puerto Rican, Dominican, South or Central American, or other Spanish or Portuguese culture or origin