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Akan

[ ah-kahn ]
/ ˈɑ kɑn /
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noun, plural A·kans, (especially collectively) A·kan for 2.
a language of the Kwa branch of Niger-Congo spoken in much of Ghana and parts of the Ivory Coast.
a member of any of various Akan-speaking peoples, including the Ashanti and Fanti.
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Akan
/ (ˈɑːkɑːn) /

noun
plural -kan or -kans a member of a people of Ghana and the E Côte d'Ivoire
the language of this people, having two chief dialects, Fanti and Twi, and belonging to the Kwa branch of the Niger-Congo family
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