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|Region||Nuba Hills, Sudan|
|(11,700 including Ngile cited 1984)|
Dengebu, also Dagik, Dagig, Thakik, Buram, Reikha, is a Niger–Congo language in the Talodi family spoken in the Nuba Mountains in Kordofan, Sudan. It is 80% lexically similar with Ngile, which is also spoken by the Mesakin people.
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