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Beigo (Baygo, Baigo, Bego, Beko, Béogé, Beygo) is an extinct East Sudanic language once spoken in Sudan by the Baygo tribe, numbering some 850 in the late twentieth century. Similar to Daju of Darfur indeed it is classified as part of the Western Daju family of languages.
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[en] Baygo

Language type : Extinct

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ISO 639-3 : byg

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