|Native to||Iraq, Israel|
|(97,000 cited 1992–2018)|
Judeo-Iraqi Arabic (Arabic: عربية يهودية عراقية, romanized: ʻArabīyah Yahūdīyah ʻIrāqīyah), also known as Iraqi Judeo-Arabic and Yahudic, is a variety of Arabic spoken by Iraqi Jews currently or formerly living in Iraq. It is estimated that there are 94,000 speakers in Israel (as of 2018) and that just 120 older speakers remain in Iraq (as of 1992). The best known variety is Baghdad Jewish Arabic, although there were different dialects in Mosul and elsewhere.
The vast majority of Iraqi Jews have relocated to Israel and have switched to using Hebrew as their home language.
The 2014 film Farewell Baghdad is performed mostly in Baghdad Jewish Arabic, the first time a movie has been filmed in Judeo-Iraqi Arabic.