Tetuani Ladino

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Regionnow mostly Israel
Native speakers
a few thousand[citation needed]
Language codes
ISO 639-3

Tetuani (or Tétouani; Arabic: تطوانى‎; or Haketia) is a dialect of Judaeo-Spanish, a Jewish Romance language historically spoken by the North African Sephardim in the Algerian city of Oran.[1] The origin of the name is believed to be the city of Tétouan, Morocco, the origin of some of the Jewish residents.

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  1. ^ Oran. The Jewish Virtual Library