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  • Malawi - Status | Ethnologue
    37 500 in Malawi 1966 census 5 Developing Nyakyusa Ngonde nyy 5 Developing 300 000 in Malawi Johnstone 1993 Sena Malawi swk 5 Developing 270 000 Johnstone and Mandryk 2001 Tonga tog 5 Developing 170 000 Johnstone and Mandryk 2001 Yao yao 5 Developing 2 200 000 in Malawi Population total all countries 3 116 000 6a Vigorous Kachchi kfr 6a Vigorous Kokola kzn 6a Vigorous 200 000 in Malawi 2000 Population total all countries 280 000 Lambya lai 6a Vigorous 60 000 in Malawi 2012 WFW Population total all countries 102 000 Lomwe Malawi lon 6a Vigorous 850 000 2012 Ndali ndh 6a Vigorous 70 000 in Malawi 2003 SIL Nyiha Malawi nyr 6a Vigorous 10 000 2007 Nyika nkv 6a Vigorous 5 000 in Malawi 2007 Population total all countries 10 000 Language Status Profile Click to enlarge with explanation Ethnologue Products Languages of Malawi An Ethnologue Country Report 25 pp 9 95 Language Map of Malawi License for single academic use of a high resolution watermark free map 24 95 Browse all products Amazon Recommendations Join the conversation Create a free account to post Feedback about a country or language and be notified when others do the

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  • Mali - Languages | Ethnologue
    from Dogoso dgs Dogosé dos in Burkina Faso Classification Niger Congo Atlantic Congo Volta Congo Dogon Comments Cliff dwellers Glossonym Bomu Tegu by neighbors in the plains Muslim Christian More Information Dogon Toro Tegu dtt Mopti region Douentza circle Ouro Nguerou town area 15 villages 2 900 1998 J Durieux Status 6a Vigorous Alternate Names Tandam Dialects None known Toro Tegu is very different from Jamsay djm the other Dogon language widely known by Toro Tegu speakers 2011 J Heath Classification Niger Congo Atlantic Congo Volta Congo Dogon More Information Dogon Yanda Dom dym Mopti region Koro and Bandiagara circles southwest of Bamba town 2 000 Blench 2005 Status 6a Vigorous Dialects None known Reporedly similar to Nanga Dama nzz with which it shares both lexicon and a final m on many nouns Classification Niger Congo Atlantic Congo Volta Congo Dogon More Information Duungooma dux Sikasso region Kadiolo and Sikasso circles Bafini river north basin east of Bananso town 70 000 1998 SIL Status 6a Vigorous Alternate Names Du Duungo Mali Duun Samogho Samogo Samoro Western Duun Classification Niger Congo Mande Western Northwestern Samogo Comments Ethnonym Samogho is a cover term to include Duungooma dux Bankagooma bxw and Jowulu jow Muslim traditional religion More Information French fra 9 000 in Mali Johnstone 1993 L2 users 1 110 000 in Mali Francophonie 2007 Status 1 National Statutory national language 1992 Constitution Article 25 Classification Indo European Italic Romance Italo Western Western Gallo Iberian Gallo Romance Gallo Rhaetian Oïl French Comments Official language for instruction in schools More Information Fulfulde Maasina ffm Widespread 1 000 000 in Mali 2007 S Crickmore Population total all countries 1 008 500 Status 4 Educational Recognized language 1982 Decree No 159 of 19 July Article 1 Alternate Names Macina Peul Dialects Eastern Macina Western Macina Some dialect differences but all dialects in Mali perceived inherently intelligible Substantial Bamanankan bam influence There is skewing between the ethnic and linguistic relationships A member of macrolanguage Fulah ful Classification Niger Congo Atlantic Congo Atlantic Northern Senegambian Fula Wolof Fula West Central Comments Maasina in Mali is a major Fula geopolitical state Ethnonym Fulbe in Fulfulde ffm Fulani in English Glossonym Peul or Toucouleur in French Muslim Christian More Information Jahanka jad Kayes region Kéniéba circle 20 km southeast of Kéniebé town Kofoulabé a few other villages 500 in Mali 2001 decreasing Status 6b Threatened Alternate Names Diakhanke Diakkanke Dyakanke Jahanque Jahonque Classification Niger Congo Mande Western Central Southwestern Central Manding Jogo Manding Vai Manding Mokole Manding Comments Reportedly originated in Mali Origins traced to Soninke snk but now speak a separate language Ethnic autonym Jakanka sing Jakankalou pl Muslim More Information Jalunga yal Kayes region Kéniéba circle 3 enclaves 9 000 in Mali 2002 SIL Status 5 Developing Alternate Names Dialonke Djallonke Dyalonke Jalonke Yalunka Yalunke Dialects Bafing Jalunga Yalunka Classification Niger Congo Mande Western Central Southwestern Central Susu Yalunka Comments Ethnic autonym Jalungana sg or Jalunganéé pl Fontofa dialect is spoken in Mali Muslim More Information Jowulu jow Sikasso region Kadiolo circle Loulouni commune south of Sikasso town on Burkina Faso border 12 villages 10 000 in Mali 2002 SIL increasing Population total all countries 11 000 Ethnic population 12 000 Status 5 Developing Alternate Names Jo Samogho Classification Niger Congo Mande Western Northwestern Samogo Comments Ethnonym Samogho a cover term including the Dzuungoo dnn Duungooma dux Bankagooma bxw Matya Samo stj Jowulu jow and possibly other languages Muslim Christian traditional religion More Information Jula dyu Widespread in southeast 50 000 in Mali 1991 L2 users 278 000 in Mali 2013 SIL Status 3 Wider communication Used for travel market and business communication Alternate Names Dioula Diula Djula Dyoula Dyula Classification Niger Congo Mande Western Central Southwestern Central Manding Jogo Manding Vai Manding Mokole Manding Manding East Northeastern Manding Bamana Comments The Malian government recognizes Jula in Mali as Bambara bam Muslim More Information Kagoro xkg Kayes region Diema south Nioro northeast Kita circles Koulikoro region Nara and Kolokani circles Ségou region Kadiolo circle 88 villages 15 000 2001 V Vydrin Ethnic population 30 000 2001 V Vydrin Status 6b Threatened Alternate Names Kakolo Dialects Diéma Guissimbiné Jumara Kamiko Mogola Sébékoro Séféto Similar to Xaasongaxango kao Bambara bam have poor comprehension of Kagoro Western dialects Séféto Guissimbiné are reportedly similar to Maninka Bagè a dialect of Kita Maninkakan mwk Lexical similarity 86 with Kita Maninkakan mwk Classification Niger Congo Mande Western Central Southwestern Central Manding Jogo Manding Vai Manding Mokole Manding Manding West Comments Some lexical influence from Soninke snk Recent heavy Bamanankan bam influence Muslim traditional religion More Information Konabéré bbo Sikasso region east Yorosso circle on Burkina Faso border some in Ségou region 25 000 in Mali 2007 SIL Few monolinguals Status 6a Vigorous Alternate Names Black Bobo Bobo Bobo Da Bobo Fi Bobo Fing Dialects San Tankire Yaba Classification Niger Congo Mande Western Northwestern Soninke Bobo Bobo Comments Ethnic autonym Konakuma Kuma people and béré speech The term Bobo has also been applied to the Bwa people or their languages Buamu and Boomu Bambara names Bobo Fing Black Bobo Bobo Oule Red Bobo Buamu and Boomu create confusion Traditional religion Christian Muslim More Information Koromfé kfz Mopti region Koro circle southeast of Dinangourou town on Burkina Faso border 11 villages 6 000 in Mali 2011 SIL Status 5 Developing Alternate Names Foula Foulse Kurum Korey Tellem Dialects Eastern Koromfe Western Koromfe Classification Niger Congo Atlantic Congo Volta Congo North Gur Central Northern Kurumfe More Information Maninkakan Eastern emk Koulikoro region Kati circle south of Bamako capital district west of Niger river into Kangaba circle 5 communes Sikasso region Yanfolila circle 390 000 in Mali 2009 census Status 6a Vigorous Classification Niger Congo Mande Western Central Southwestern Central Manding Jogo Manding Vai Manding Mokole Manding Manding East Southeastern Manding More Information Maninkakan Kita mwk Kayes region Kita circle except far east Koulikoro region west of Bamako Ségou region Baroueli circle and Bamako capital district 434 000 2009 census Status 6a Vigorous Recognized language 1996 Law 96

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  • Mali - Status | Ethnologue
    5 Developing 6 000 in Mali 2011 SIL Maninkakan Western mlq 5 Developing 433 000 in Mali 2009 census Pulaar fuc 5 Developing 175 000 in Mali 1995 40 000 Fulbe Jeeri Pular fuf 5 Developing 50 000 in Mali Vanderaa 1991 Sénoufo Supyire spp 5 Developing 350 000 2007 SIL 100 000 monolinguals Ethnic population 500 000 2007 SIL Songhay Koyraboro Senni ses 5 Developing Recognized language 1982 Decree No 159 of 19 July Article 1 430 000 2007 SIL increasing 300 000 monolinguals 2007 SIL Ethnic population 850 000 Soninke snk 5 Developing Recognized language 1982 Decree No 159 of 19 July Article 1 1 280 000 in Mali 2009 census increasing Population total all countries 2 114 000 Tamasheq taq 5 Developing Recognized language 1982 Decree No 159 of 19 July Article 1 250 000 in Mali 1991 Population total all countries 281 200 Xaasongaxango kao 5 Developing Recognized language 1996 Law 96 049 of 14 December 700 000 in Mali 2012 V Vydrin Population total all countries 710 610 Zarmaci dje 5 Developing 1 700 in Mali 2012 G Davis 6a Vigorous Bamako Sign Language bog 6a Vigorous Estimated 40 000 70 000 people with moderate to severe hearing loss in Mali Nyst Sylla and Magassouba 2012 Bangime dba 6a Vigorous 2 000 Blench 2005 Bankagooma bxw 6a Vigorous 6 000 2007 Ethnic population 6 000 Bolon bof 6a Vigorous 5 920 in Mali 1998 SIL Bozo Kelengaxo bzx 6a Vigorous 30 000 2009 SIL Bozo Tiemacèwè boo 6a Vigorous 2 500 1991 Dogon Ampari aqd 6a Vigorous 5 200 1998 SIL Dogon Bankan Tey dbw 6a Vigorous 1 320 1998 census Dogon Ben Tey dbt 6a Vigorous 3 000 2005 J Heath Dogon Bondum Dom dbu 6a Vigorous 24 700 1998 J Durieux Dogon Dogul Dom dbg 6a Vigorous 15 700 1998 J Durieux Dogon Jamsay djm 6a Vigorous 130 000 in Mali 1998 J Durieux Dogon Mombo dmb 6a Vigorous 19 000 1998 SIL Dogon Nanga Dama nzz 6a Vigorous 3 000 2009 SIL Dogon Tebul Ure dtu 6a Vigorous 3 000 2005 FEL Dogon Tene Kan dtk 6a Vigorous 127 000 1998 J Durieux Dogon Tiranige Diga tde 6a Vigorous 4 200 1998 SIL Dogon Tommo So dto 6a Vigorous 60 000 1998 SIL Dogon Tomo Kan dtm 6a Vigorous 133 000 in Mali 1998 J Durieux Dogon Toro Tegu dtt 6a Vigorous 2 900 1998 J Durieux Dogon Yanda Dom dym 6a Vigorous 2 000 Blench 2005 Duungooma dux 6a Vigorous 70 000 1998 SIL Konabéré bbo 6a Vigorous 25 000 in Mali 2007 SIL Few monolinguals Maninkakan Eastern emk 6a Vigorous 390 000 in Mali 2009 census Maninkakan Kita mwk 6a Vigorous Recognized language 1996 Law 96 049 of 28 December 434 000 2009 census Samo Matya stj 6a Vigorous 1 000 in Mali 2013 SIL Sàmòmá knz 6a Vigorous 2 500 in Mali 2009 census Sénoufo Shempire seb 6a Vigorous 14 800 in Mali 2009 T Requadt Sénoufo Sìcìté sep

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  • Mali - Maps | Ethnologue
    Browse all products Amazon Recommendations Join the conversation Create a free account to post Feedback about a country or language and be notified when others do the same Browse by Countries Language Names Language Codes Language Families Map Titles Products Current Edition About Ethnologue Abbreviations Bibliography Credits Downloads FAQ Other Products Ethnoblog Language of the Day Print Edition 17th Edition 16th Edition 15th Edition 14th Edition 13th Edition Related Sites

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  • Languages of Mali | Ethnologue
    of ISO 639 3 codes An index of language names including primary alternate and dialect names A bibliography of references cited The report is disseminated as a digital download It is paginated with cross references rendered as page numbers so that the user may print the report and use it in that form However the cross reference page numbers are also hot links that jump to the referenced location when the report is used with a PDF reader in its digital form Ethnologue report license agreement Each Ethnologue country report is a licensed product with restricted terms of use Before purchasing the product you must agree to the following terms This is a license for individual use Just as with a conventionally published book it is a violation of copyright to make a copy and give it to others You may not redistribute this work in any form including ingesting the contents into a database that is shared with others or posting it on a web site whether public or private To inquire about permission for reuse or redistribution use the Contact Us form and select Request Copyright Permissions Buying Options File Languages of Mali An Ethnologue Country Report 55

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  • Mauritania - Languages | Ethnologue
    Mali and Mauritania Classification Afro Asiatic Semitic Central South Arabic Comments Ethnonym Maures Moors White Maure are called Bithan also used for Maures in general Black Maures are called Haratine Muslim More Information Pulaar fuc Brakna Gorgol and Trarza regions near Senegal 192 000 in Mauritania 2006 Status 5 Developing Statutory language of national identity 1991 Constitution Article 6 Alternate Names Peul Dialects Toucouleur Haalpulaar Pulaar Tukulor Classification Niger Congo Atlantic Congo Atlantic Northern Senegambian Fula Wolof Fula Western Comments Fuuta Tooro Fouta Toro was a major Toucouleur geopolitical state with center in northern Senegal Muslim More Information Soninke snk Guidimaka Gorgol and Dakhlet Nouadhibou regions Selibaby and Kaedi towns 45 villages 180 000 in Mauritania 2011 P Jorgensen increasing Status 5 Developing Statutory language of national identity 1991 Constitution Article 6 Alternate Names Aswanek Aswanik Azer Gangara Genger Maraka Marka Sarakole Sarakolle Sarakule Sarakulle Serahule Dialects Azer Adjer Aser Kinbakka Kinxenna Classification Niger Congo Mande Western Northwestern Soninke Bobo Soninke Boso Soninke Comments Muslim More Information Wolof wol Trarza and Brakna regions 12 000 in Mauritania 2006 increasing Status 5 Developing Statutory language of national identity 1991 Constitution Article 6 Alternate Names Ouolof Volof Walaf Yallof Dialects Baol Cayor Dyolof Djolof Jolof Lebou Ndyanger Classification Niger Congo Atlantic Congo Atlantic Northern Senegambian Fula Wolof Wolof Comments Muslim More Information Zenaga zen Trarza region Mederdra to Atlantic coast 200 in Mauritania decreasing Population total all countries 2 100 Status 8a Moribund Dialects None known Related to other Berber languages in basic structure though specific features are quite different Classification Afro Asiatic Berber Zenaga Comments Bedouins reported to travel mainly in caravans Racially both white and black the latter are descendants of slaves captured centuries ago Muslim More Information Language Status Profile Click to enlarge with explanation Ethnologue Products Language Map

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  • Mauritania - Status | Ethnologue
    of national identity 1991 Constitution Article 6 2 770 000 in Mauritania 2006 increasing Population total all countries 3 218 190 5 Developing Pulaar fuc 5 Developing Statutory language of national identity 1991 Constitution Article 6 192 000 in Mauritania 2006 Soninke snk 5 Developing Statutory language of national identity 1991 Constitution Article 6 180 000 in Mauritania 2011 P Jorgensen increasing Wolof wol 5 Developing Statutory language of national identity 1991 Constitution Article 6 12 000 in Mauritania 2006 increasing 8a Moribund Zenaga zen 8a Moribund 200 in Mauritania decreasing Population total all countries 2 100 Language Status Profile Click to enlarge with explanation Ethnologue Products Language Map of Mauritania License for single academic use of a high resolution watermark free map 24 95 Browse all products Amazon Recommendations Join the conversation Create a free account to post Feedback about a country or language and be notified when others do the same Browse by Countries Language Names Language Codes Language Families Map Titles Products Current Edition About Ethnologue Abbreviations Bibliography Credits Downloads FAQ Other Products Ethnoblog Language of the Day Print Edition 17th Edition 16th Edition 15th Edition 14th Edition 13th Edition Related Sites SIL org ScriptSource ISO 639

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  • Mauritania - Maps | Ethnologue
    account to post Feedback about a country or language and be notified when others do the same Browse by Countries Language Names Language Codes Language Families Map Titles Products Current Edition About Ethnologue Abbreviations Bibliography Credits Downloads FAQ Other Products Ethnoblog Language of the Day Print Edition 17th Edition 16th Edition 15th Edition 14th Edition 13th Edition Related Sites SIL org ScriptSource ISO 639 3 Contact SIL International Publications 7500

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