|(60,000 cited 1982–1997)|
dur – Dii
dae – Duupa
ndu – Dugun
Ethnologue lists Mambe’, Mamna’a, Goom, Boow, Ngbang, Sagzee, Vaazin, Home, Nyok as dialects, and notes that Goom may be a separate language. Blench (2004) lists them all, as well as Phaane, as separate languages, no closer to each other than they are to the other Dii languages, Duupa, Dugun (Panõ).
- Roger Blench, 2004. List of Adamawa languages (ms)
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