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  1. Koman languages - Wikipedia

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    The Koman languages are a small close-knit family of languages located along the Sudan–Ethiopia border with about 50,000 speakers. They are conventionally classified as part of the Nilo-Saharan family. However, due to the paucity of evidence, many scholars treat it as an independent language family. Among scholars who do accept its inclusion within Nilo-Saharan, opinions vary as to their position within it. Koman languages in Ethiopia are in close contact with the Omotic Mao languages. In ...

  2. Komo language - Wikipedia

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    Komo is a Nilo-Saharan language spoken by the Kwama people of Ethiopia, Sudan and South Sudan. It is a member of the Koman languages. The language is also referred to as Madiin, Koma, South Koma, Central Koma, Gokwom and Hayahaya. Many individuals from Komo are multilingual because they are in close proximity to Mao, Kwama and Oromo speakers. Komo is closely related to Kwama, a language spoken by a group who live in the same region of Ethiopia and who also identify themselves as ethnically Komo.

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  4. Komuz languages - Wikipedia

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    Komuz languages From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Komuz languages are a proposed branch of the Nilo-Saharan language family which would include the Koman languages, the Gumuz languages and the Shabo language, all spoken in eastern South Sudan and Sudan and western Ethiopia.

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  5. Koma language - Wikipedia

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    The Koma language is a language cluster belonging to the Duru branch of Savanna languages of Cameroon. Blench (2004) includes three varieties separated in Ethnologue, Koma Ndera, Gɨmne, and Gɨmnɨme; within Koma Ndera, speakers of the marginal dialects, Gomnome and Ndera, can scarcely understand one another, though both understand the central dialect, Gomme.

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    • northern Cameroon and into Nigeria
  6. Koman - Wikipedia

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    Koman may refer to: Küman, a municipality in Azerbaijan, also spelled Koman; Koman, Albania, a settlement in Albania; Koman culture, a medieval Albanian culture; Koman (hotel), in Kinosaki, Hyōgo prefecture, Japan; Koman Hydroelectric Power Station, in Albania; Koman, Iran, a settlement in Iran; Koman languages, a subgroup of the Nilo-Saharan language family

  7. Category:Koman languages - Wiktionary

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    Articles on this topic in other Wikimedia projects can be found at: Wikimedia Commons Category Koman languages English Wikipedia has an article on: Koman languages

  8. Koman languages « Sorosoro

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    Koman languages are spoken at the frontier between Ethiopia and Sudan. Total number of speakers (estimates) Between 50 000 and 210 000, depending on the classification, according to SIL’s ethnologue.

  9. Koman languages - Le Parisien

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    The Koman languages are a small close-knit family of languages located along the Sudan-Ethiopia border with about 50,000 speakers. They are commonly believed to belong to the Nilo-Saharan family,...

  10. Língua komo – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

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    Komo é um língua línguas nilo-saarianas falada pelo povo Kuama da Etiópia, Sudão e Sudão do Sul. É um membro das línguas koman. A língua também é conhecida como Madiin, Koma, Koma do Sul, Koma Central, Gokwom e Hayahaya.

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