Sephardi

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From Hebrewסְפָרַדִּי(s'faradí).

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Sephardi (plural Sephardis or Sephardim)

  1. a Jew of Iberian ancestry, whose native language was Ladino

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  • IPA(key): /zeˈfaʁdi/
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Sephardi m (strong, genitive Sephardi, plural Sephardim or Sephardi, feminine Sephardin)

  1. (Judaism) Sephardim

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