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There are multiple spellings of this name, due to the difficulties of spelling the second consonant, [ɣ]. Dogosé is currently preferred, but traditional Doghose is found in much of the literature. Rarer spellings are (Doro) Doghosié, Dokhosié, Dorhossié, Dorhosye, Dorosie, Dorossé and, with a different suffix, Dokhobe, Dorobé.
Dialect, which are close, are Klamaasise, Mesise, Lutise, Gbeyãse, Sukurase, Gbogorose.
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