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  2. Ngambay language - Wikipedia › wiki › Ngambay_language

    1 day ago · This Nilo-Saharan languages –related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.

  3. Proto-Human language - Wikipedia › wiki › Proto-Human_language

    17 hours ago · The Proto-Human language (also Proto-Sapiens, Proto-World) is the hypothetical direct genetic predecessor of all the world's spoken languages. It would not be ancestral to sign languages . The concept is speculative and not amenable to analysis in historical linguistics .

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  4. Engan languages - Wikipedia › wiki › Engan_languages

    1 day ago · The Engan, or more precisely Enga – Southern Highland languages are a small family of Papuan languages of the highlands of Papua New Guinea. The two branches of the family are rather distantly related, but were connected by Franklin and Voorhoeve (1973).

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  5. Africans in Finland - Wikipedia › wiki › African_Americans_in_Finland

    Africans in Finland (Finnish: Suomen afrikkalaiset) are residents of Finland of full or partial African descent, mostly from Sub-Saharan Africa.The distinct adjacent term Afro-Finns (afrosuomalaiset), also referred to as Black Finns (mustat suomalaiset), can be used for Finns whose lineages are fully or partly in the populations of Sub-Saharan Africa ("Black Africa").

  6. Indians in Kenya - Wikipedia › wiki › Indians_in_Kenya

    1 day ago · Languages spoken by Asians include Gujarati, Hindustani, Marathi, Konkani, Kutchi, Odia, Punjabi, Sindhi, and Tamil. The majority of Asians are Hindu. The leading caste-based subgroups within Kenyan Hinduism include Lohanas, Lohars, Rajput, Patels and Mehtas, among others.

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