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Landoma (Landouman, Landuma), or Cocoli, is a language of western Guinea. It is the most populous of the Baga languages, in the Mel branch of the Niger–Congo language family. It is related to Temne of Sierra Leone.
The language sometimes goes by the name of one of its dialects, Tiapi (Tyapi, Tyopi) a.k.a. Tapessi.
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