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Bankan Tey Dogon


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Bankan Tey Dogon, at first called Walo-Kumbe Dogon after the two main villages it is spoken in, also known as Walo and Walonkore, is a divergent, recently described Dogon language spoken in Mali. It was first reported online by Roger Blench,http://www. rogerblench. info/Language/Niger-Congo/Dogon/Dogon%20page. htm who reports that it is clearly related to Nanga, which is only known from one report from 1953. A third village investigated at the time, Been, speaks a related but lexically distinct form, Ben Tey Dogon.
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[en] Bankan Tey Dogon

Language type : Living

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