Bade languages

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Bade
B.1 West Chadic
Geographic
distribution:
Borno State and Jigawa State, Nigeria
Linguistic classification:Afro-Asiatic
Subdivisions:
West Chadic Languages.jpg
West Chadic per Newman (1977)

The Bade (also called B.1 West Chadic) languages are a branch of West Chadic languages. They are spoken in the Borno and Jigawa States of North Nigeria. Bade is the most widely spoken Bade langauge. It is where the branch gets its name.

Languages[change | change source]

The Bade languages are:[1]

† = Extinct language

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