Ladino

 


Ladino is a derivation of the medieval Castilian Spanish, which is preserved among the descendants of the Jews expelled from Spain (calledSefardim or Sephardim) in 1492. At present time they are estimated to be about 700,000 and the major part of them is established in the State of Israel. No more than 200,000 are active Ladino speakers and these are mainly persons of old age. Most of them originate in the Balkans and Asia Minor, but, since World War II, were scattered around the world. About 11,000 speakers now reside in Israel, and many live in New York City and Buenos Aires.

See the dispersion of Sephardic Jews in the world.


Prayers translated into Ladino:

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21 Feb 2017
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22 Feb 2017
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22 Feb 2017
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Class: Pirkei Avot Anthology - Ethics of Our Fathers
23 Feb 2017
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23 Feb 2017
06:00PM -
MD Speaker Series - Lecturer #2: Dr. Aaron Cohen-Gadol
23 Feb 2017
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Class in Jewish Thought and Philosophy
24 Feb 2017
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25 Feb 2017
08:30AM - 09:00AM
Shabbat Morning Class
27 Feb 2017
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28 Feb 2017
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