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|Native speakers||17,000 (2006)|
Sua, also known as Mansoanka or Kunante, is a Mel language of Guinea-Bissau.
- Guillaume Segerer & Florian Lionnet 2010. "'Isolates' in 'Atlantic'". Language Isolates in Africa workshop, Lyon, Dec. 4
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