Biu–Mandara languages

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Biu–Mandara
Central Chadic
Geographic
distribution:
Nigeria, Chad, Cameroon
Linguistic classification:Afro-Asiatic
Subdivisions:
South
Hurza
North

The Biu–Mandara, or Central Chadic, languages are a branch of Chadic languages. They are spoken in Nigeria, Chad, and Cameroon. The most spoken is Kamwe.

Branches[change | change source]

Blench (2006) organizes them like this:[1]

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