- Language: Judeo-Provençal
- Alternate names: Chouhadite, Chouhadit, Chouadite, Chouadit, Shuadit, Judeo-Comtadine
- Language code: sdt
- Language family: Bookkeeping
- Number of speakers: Extinct
Judeo-Provençal is a Jewish Occitano-Romance language that was spoken by Jews in southern France during the Middle Ages, and later in the early modern period, especially in the Avignon district, which was for a long period of time under the rule of the Popes. Judeo-Provencal became extinct in 1977 with the death of the last speaker.