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Adamawa-Eastern

[ ad-uh-mah-wuh-ee-stern ]
/ ˌæd əˈmɑ wəˈi stərn /
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noun
a branch of the Niger-Congo family of languages, centered in Nigeria, Cameroon, Chad, and the Central African Republic, including Sango and Zande.
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