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Afitti(also known as Dinik, Ditti, or Unietti) is a language spoken on the eastern side of Jebel el-Dair, a solitary rock formation in the North Kordofan province of Sudan. Although the term ‘Dinik’ can be used to designate the language regardless of cultural affiliation, people in the villages of the region readily recognize the terms ‘Ditti’ and ‘Afitti. ’ There are approximately 4000 speakers of the Afitti language and its closest linguistic neighbor is the Nyimang language, spoken west of Jebel el-Dair in the Nuba Mountains of the South Kordofan province of Sudan. AfittiNative to SudanRegion North KordofanEthnicity AfittiNative speakers 4,000  (2009)Language family Nilo-Saharan? Eastern SudanicNyimaAfittiLanguage codesISO 639-3 aft
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[en] Afitti language

Language type : Living

Language resources for Afitti

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Wiktionnaire - Catégorie:afitti [fr]

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ISO 639 Codes

ISO 639-3 : aft

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