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|Native to||CAR, Chad|
|(53,000 cited 1993–1996)|
|Dialects||Dunje (Dendje), Mbanga (Banga), Na (Náà), Tie (Tiye)|
Kaba proper is a Bongo–Bagirmi language of Chad and the Central African Republic. It is one of several local languages that go by the names Kaba and Sara. There are three ISO codes, which Ethnologue acknowledges may be the same thing.
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