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Mixtec (San Sebastián del Monte)
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Abaza
Abidji

 Abidji (actually “ógbrû” and égnébê as the Abidji people call themselves) is one of the Kwa languages of Côte d’Ivoire as abbey, akyé, baoulé, the ebrié, etc. (see Hérault, 1983). This is an opportunity for us to point out that the term "abidji" refers to two dialects: the ógbrû dialect, object of our study, spoken in seven villages: Agouaye, Aka-Obou, Elibou, Gomon , N'Doumi-Obou, Sahuyé and Yaobou and the égnébê dialect in the other seven villages: Bakanou A, Bakanou B, Bécédi, Brafe-Obou, Katadji, Soukou-Obou and Sikensi (administrative center for the population of the region) .

 The Abidji region is located at the south of Côte d'Ivoire, 60 km from Abidjan (the economic and administrative capital since 1960) and covers an area of 1,427 km2 against 322,462 km2 that covers the entire country with a population of 81'928 inhabitants against the 23 202 000 inhabitants. The Abidji constitute a small community with a strong cultural tradition, including the "Dipri" festival.

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mɔ́dӡúkrù

Mɔ́dӡúkrù is a Kwa language spoken in the Ivory Coast. Some standard references on the language are "Elements de grammaire adioukrou. Abidjan: Institut de linguistique appliquée"(Hérault 1978), "Le verbe Adioukrou: Étude morphologique et syntaxique"(Mel 1981) and "Nominal Structures in  Adioukrou" (Kaul 2005). Mɔ́dӡúkrù is a language with noun classes. 

Muyang

Muyang is an Afro-asiatic language (Central Chadic A, the Biu-Mandara branch and the Wandala-Mafa-Sukur sub-branch) (see Dieu and al.: 1983, Barreteau and al.: 1984, Boutrais and al.: 2000, Seignobos: 2000, Smith: 2006, Gravina and Smith: 2010 and Bebey: 2010). Muyang is the name given both to the language and its approx 30,000 speakers who live in a village called Mouyengue situated in the southern area of Lake Chad, more particularly in the Far North Region of the Republic of Cameroon, division May.

Bebey Lawane, who is a native speaker of Muyang, and a trained linguist provided all data on Muyang.  

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