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Esimbi is a Southern Bantoid language of southwestern Cameroon. It's generally classified as Tivoid but with little evidence; it has just about as much in common with Grassfields languages. It is also called Isimbi, Simpi, Age, Aage, Bogue and Mburugam.
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