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|Native to||southern Chad|
|50,000 (1993 census)|
Day is an Adamawa language of southern Chad, spoken by 50,000 or so people. Ethnologue reports that its dialects are mutually intelligible, but Blench (2004) lists Ndanga, Njira, Yani, Takawa as apparently separate languages.
- Roger Blench, 2004. List of Adamawa languages (ms)
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