The Fur language (or Foor; Fur: bèle fòòr or fòòraŋ bèle; Arabic: فوراوي , Fûrâwî; sometimes called Konjara by linguists, after a former ruling clan) is a Nilo-Saharan language spoken by the Fur of Darfur in Western Sudan. It is part of a broader family of languages known as the Fur languages
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While a structure with this article ("Fur languages") containing sections about the Fur and Amdang languages, with "Fur language" and "Amdang" as redirects to "Fur languages", would be acceptable, that would be a lot of trouble to go to without, in my opinion, improving Wikipedia. I.e., I think it best to leaves things as they are.
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Fur is the hair of mammals. Different species may have quite different styles of hair, making them more or less suitable to the fur trade, but many are as follows: Fur usually consists of two main layers: Down hair (known also as undercoat or ground hair) — the bottom layer.
Darfur (/ d ɑːr ˈ f ʊər / dar-FOOR; Arabic: دار فور , romanized: Dār Fūr, lit. 'Realm of the Fur') is a region of the western Sudan. Dār is an Arabic word meaning "home [of]" – the region was named Dardaju (Arabic: دار داجو , romanized: Dār Dājū) while ruled by the Daju, who migrated from Meroë c. 350 AD, and it was renamed Dartunjur (Arabic: دار تنجر ...
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