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Gurunsi languages

The Grũsi languages, or Gurunsi languages, are a group of Gur languages, comprising about 20 languages spoken by the Gurunsi peoples. The Grũsi languages are spoken in northern Ghana, adjacent areas of Burkina Faso and Togo. The largest language ...

Kulango languages

The Kulango or Kulango–Lorhon languages are spoken principally in Ivory Coast. They were once classified as part of an expanded Gur family and are now part of the Savannas proposal. The languages distinguished by Ethnologue are: Bouna Kulango 160 ...

Wara–Natyoro languages

The Wara–Natyoro languages are a small group of minor languages of Burkina Faso: Samwe, Paleni and Natyoro, which are notably similar but not mutually intelligible. They were once classified as part of an expanded Gur family, and are part of the ...

Wasa dialect

Wasa, also known as Wassa and Wasaw, is the common language of the Wasa people and a dialect of the Akan dialect continuum. Wasa is partially intelligible with the three principal Akan dialects of Fante, Asante, and Akuapem, the latter two collec ...

Ayere–Ahan languages

The Ayere–Ahan languages are a pair of languages of southwestern Nigeria, Ayere and Àhàn, that form an independent branch of the Volta–Niger languages. These languages are spoken in the border region of Kogi State and Ondo State, Nigeria. The ASJ ...

Defoid languages

The Defoid languages are a now-abandoned branch of the Benue–Congo language family. The name of the group derives from the fact that nearly all of the ethnic groups who speak member languages refer to the city of Ile Ife as their place of origin: ...

Nupoid languages

The Nupoid languages are a branch of Volta–Niger spoken in west-central Nigeria, particularly in southeastern Niger State and northern Kogi State. They include the Nupe, Gbagyi and Ebira languages, each with about 3 million speakers. Most Nupoid ...

Yoruboid languages

Yoruboid is a megagroup of 14 related dialect/language clades, composed of the Igala group, of related dialects spoken in central Nigeria, and the Edekiri group, the members of which are spoken in a band across Togo, Ghana, Benin and southwestern ...

Marrngu languages

The Marrngu languages are a branch of the Pama–Nyungan language family of Australia. There are four members of the family, which all originated in Western Australia. Nyangumarta Njangumarta Mangala Mangarla Karajarri Garadjari Marrngu proper

Ngayarda languages

The Ngayarda languages are a group of closely related languages in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. The languages classified as members of the Ngayarda languages group are: Palyku Nhuwala Nyamal Jurruru Yinhawangka Panyjima Ngarluma-Kariy ...

Zamba language

Zamba is a Bantu language spoken in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Once considered a dialect of Bangi, Nurse places it closer to Lingala.

Jack FM (United Kingdom)

JACKfm is an adult hits format radio station that broadcasts on 106.8 MHz FM in Oxford, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom, and on DAB in Oxfordshire. Between 2016 and 2017 it also broadcast in Surrey and parts of Hampshire. The station shares premises ...

Automatic callback

In telecommunication, an automatic callback is a computer telephony calling feature that permits a user, when encountering a busy condition or other condition where the called individual is unavailable, to instruct the system to retain the called ...

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