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  1. Maban languages - Wikipedia

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    The Maban branch includes the following languages: Mimi of Nachtigal Maban proper Kenjeje (Yaali, Faranga) Masalit: Surbakhal, Masalit Aiki (Runga and Kibet, sometimes considered separate... Kenjeje (Yaali, Faranga) Masalit: Surbakhal, Masalit Aiki (Runga and Kibet, sometimes considered separate ...

  2. Category:Maban languages - Wikipedia

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    Pages in category "Maban languages" The following 10 pages are in this category, out of 10 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().

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  4. Maba language - Wikipedia

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    ISO 639-3. mde. Glottolog. maba1277. Maba (Maban, Mabang) is a Maban language spoken in Chad and Sudan. It is divided into several dialects, and serves as a local trade language. Maba is closely related to the Masalit language.

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  5. Maban - Wikipedia

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    For the languages, see Maban languages. Maban or Mabain is a material that is held to be magical in Australian Aboriginal mythology. It is the material from which the shamans and elders of indigenous Australia supposedly derive their magical powers.

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  7. Aiki language - Wikipedia

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    Aiki is a Maban language of Chad.It consists of two dialects, Runga and Kibet, which are divergent enough to be considered separate languages.Kibet (Kibeit, Kibeet, Kabentang) is spoken in Chad, while Runga (Roungo) is split between Chad and the CAR.

  8. The Maban branch includes the following languages: Mimi of Nachtigal; Maban proper . Kenjeje (Yaali, Faranga) Masalit: Surbakhal, Masalit; Aiki (Runga and Kibet, sometimes considered separate languages) Mabang: Karanga, Marfa, Maba; The languages attested in two word lists labelled "Mimi", collected by Decorse and Nachtigal , have also been classified as Maban, though this has been contested. Mimi-N appears to have been remotely related to Maban proper, while Mimi-D appears to have not been ...

  9. Unclassified language - Wikipedia

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    This language is only attested in a single word list collected ca. 1900. At first it was thought to be a Maban language, because of similarities to Maba, the first Maban language to be described. However, as other languages of the Maban family were described, it became clear that the similarities were solely with Maba itself, and the relationship was too distant for Mimi to be related specifically to Maba and not equally to the other Maban languages.

  10. maban languages : definition of maban languages and synonyms ...

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    The Maban languages are a small family of languages which have also been included in the proposed Nilo-Saharan family. Maban is spoken in Chad, the Central African Republic, Sudan ( Darfur ), and South Sudan, and includes the following languages: The languages attested in two word lists labelled " Mimi ", collected by Decorse (Mimi-D) and Nachtigal (Mimi-N), have also been classified as Maban, though this has been contested.