|Native speakers||27,000 (2000)|
Aghem is a Grassfields Bantu language spoken in the Wum Central Sub-division in Menchum Division of the North West Region of Cameroon in the continent of Africa. Aghem is a tribe consisting of over 60 matrilineal clans and intramarriage is forbidden among the matriclans.
The Aghem language is also called Wum or Yum.
List of clans
Village - Ruler, Fon
Ághɨ̂ m - Bàʼmbì III
Màaghɨ̂a - awaiting final celebration of the enthronment
Kɨ̀sughu - Kaāŋnsɨn Bûʼmbì
Zɨŋofʉ̀ - Ebʉ̀a B. Âtsùghò
Tsɨlaghɨ̂a - Fâŋ Martin
Wâazòʼ - Ńchìa
Wɛ̂ndūghū - Tsùghò
Zɨŋotɨ̄ghā - Anāŋ
Zɨŋokwù - Bàʼmbì III
Wâadzùŋ - ???
Ghîidzɨ̀ - Nɨ̀ŋ
Nɛʼɛkɔm - Kum Didymus Dze
Wâatua - Ânyɨghàmbɔ̀ŋ
- Map of Aghem language from the LL-Map Project
- Aghem Bible translation Project
- Aghem language on AFADA USA website
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