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|7,400 (2007 census)|
Mursi (also Dama, Merdu, Meritu, Murzi, Murzu) is a Nilo-Saharan Eastern Sudanic language spoken by the Mursi people, in the central Omo region of southwest Ethiopia. It is similar to Suri, spoken in most of the immediately surrounding area.
- Bender, M. Lionel and David Turton. 1976. "Mursi". The Non-Semitic Languages of Ethiopia. East Lansing: African Studies Center, Michigan State University. pp. 533–561.
- D. Turton, M. Yigezu and O. Olibui. 2008. Mursi-English-Amharic Dictionary. Addis Ababa: Culture and Arts Society of Ethiopia.
- Mursi basic lexicon at the Global Lexicostatistical Database
- World Atlas of Language Structures information on Mursi
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