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|Native to||Eritrea, Ethiopia|
|1,000 (date missing)|
Ilit (Iiliit) is a divergent variety of Kunama that is mutually unintelligible enough to be considered a distinct language. It is spoken by the Kunama people who straddle the western Eritrean–Ethiopian border.
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