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|Region||Cross River State|
|(20,000 cited 1973)|
The Gwune language, also known as Agwagwune, is an Upper Cross River language of Nigeria spoken by the Akunakuna people. It is a dialect cluster named after its prestige variety; others are Abayongo, Abini, Dim, Orum, Erei, Etono.
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