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Not to be confused with Karanga language (Bantu).
|Ethnicity||Karanga, Bakha (Fala), Kashmere, Koniere (Moyo)|
Karanga is a Maban language language of Chad spoken by four peoples, each with their own dialect: the Karanga (Kurunga), Kashmere (Kachmere), Bakha (Baxa, Bakhat) AKA Fala (Faala), and Koniéré (Konyare, Kognere) AKA Moyo (Mooyo).
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