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  1. Eastern Sudanic languages - Wikipedia

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    Eastern Sudanic languages are spoken from southern Egypt to northern Tanzania. Nubian (and possibly Meroitic ) gives Eastern Sudanic some of the earliest written attestations of African languages. However, the largest branch by far is Nilotic , spread by extensive and comparatively recent conquests throughout East Africa .

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  2. Northern Eastern Sudanic languages - Wikipedia

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    The Northern Eastern Sudanic, Eastern k Sudanic, Ek Sudanic, NNT or Astaboran languages may form a primary division of the yet-to-be-demonstrated Eastern Sudanic family.They are characterised by having a /k/ in the first person singular pronoun "I/me", as opposed to the Southern Eastern Sudanic languages, which have an /n/.

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  4. Sudanic languages - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Westermann's 1911 Die Sudansprachen. In early 20th century classification of African languages, Sudanic was a generic term for languages spoken in the Sahel belt, from Ethiopia in the east to Senegal in the west.

  5. Southern Eastern Sudanic languages - Wikipedia

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    The Southern Eastern Sudanic, Eastern n Sudanic, En Sudanic or Kir–Abbaian languages form one of two primary divisions of the Eastern Sudanic languages in the classification of Bender (2000). It is rejected as an established group in Starostin (2015).

  6. Eastern Nilotic languages - Wikipedia

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    The Eastern Nilotic languages are one of the three primary branches of the Nilotic languages, themselves belonging to the Eastern Sudanic subfamily of Nilo-Saharan; they are believed to have begun to diverge about 3,000 years ago, and have spread southwards from an original home in Equatoria in South Sudan.

  7. Central Sudanic languages - Wikipedia

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    (Redirected from Eastern Central Sudanic languages) Central Sudanic is a family of about sixty languages that have been included in the proposed Nilo-Saharan language family. Central Sudanic languages are spoken in the Central African Republic, Chad, South Sudan, Uganda, Congo (DRC) and Cameroon. They include the pygmy languages Efé and Asoa.

  8. Template:Eastern Sudanic languages - Wikipedia

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  9. Nilo-Saharan languages - Wikipedia

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    The Nilo-Saharan languages are a proposed family of African languages spoken by some 50–60 million people, mainly in the upper parts of the Chari and Nile rivers, including historic Nubia, north of where the two tributaries of the Nile meet.

  10. Cushitic languages - Wikipedia

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    The Cushitic languages are a branch of the Afroasiatic language family.They are spoken primarily in the Horn of Africa (Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Somalia, Somaliland), as well as the Nile Valley (Sudan and Egypt), and parts of the African Great Lakes region (Tanzania and Kenya).

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