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|Region||West Gurage region|
|Native speakers||>25,000 (Ethnologue) (date missing)|
Mesqan (also Masqan, Meskan) is an Afro-Asiatic Ethiopian Semitic language spoken in the East Gurage region of Ethiopia. It is one of the languages called Gurage, which was formerly a state of the Sidamo people. Also spelt Mäsqan.
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