The language has been called Ejenge Dõ or Kolum So in the literature. However, there are two Ejenge groups, the Mombo and the Ampari. The Ampari understand Mombo but not vice versa; this appears to be learned intelligibility, since the Ampari visit Mombo yearly.
In the village of Flicko, people call themselves Nyamboli and their language Nyambeeŋge, but these terms vary regionally.
- Blench, Roger; Mallam Dendo (2005). "A survey of Dogon languages in Mali: Overview". OGMIOS: Newsletter of Foundation for Endangered Languages 3.02 (26): 14–15. Retrieved 2011-06-30..
- Hochstetler, J. Lee; Durieux, J.A.; E.I.K. Durieux-Boon (2004). Sociolinguistic Survey of the Dogon Language Area. SIL International. Retrieved 2011-06-30.
- Flicko wordlist (Dendo and Blench, 2005)
- Pa wordlist. The dialect of the village of Pa is the most distinct from Mombo.
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