|150,000 in Togo (2012)|
The term Losso is a vague local designation, never employed by linguists, referring to both the Nawdm and Lamba people.
To distinguish a sequence of two consonants and a consonant represented by two letters, the umlaut is used on the first letters of the sequence of two consonants, for example : the sequence of consonants (g̈w, g̈b, n̈y, ŋ̈m).
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