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Judeo-Georgian

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Judeo-Georgian is a variant of Georgian, a Caucasian language, used by Jews. It is characterized by a vocabulary influenced by loan words from Hebrew. Speakers of Judeo-Georgian currently live mainly in Israel with a few left in the Republic of Georgia and others scattered in small numbers in Jewish communities in North America and Western Europe.

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