Languages of Togo

2017-07-27T20:34:27+03:00[Europe/Moscow] en true Bissa language, Konkomba language, Mossi language, Ntcham language, Ahlon language, Anii language, Ngangam language, Tammari language, Hausa language, Tem language, Adja language, Ewe language, Fon language, Gen language, Gourmanché language, Aguna language, Agotime language, Chakosi language, Delo language, Kposo language, Lama language, Losso language, Bago-Kusuntu language, Ifè language, Kebu language, Phla language, Waci language, Wudu language, Kabye language, Moba language, Varieties of American Sign Language, Adele language, Lukpa language, Ede language flashcards Languages of Togo
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  • Bissa language
    Bissa (Bisa) is a Mande language that is spoken by the Bissa people of Burkina Faso, Ghana and (marginally) Togo.
  • Konkomba language
    Konkomba (Komba, Kpankpam) is a Gurma language spoken in Ghana and Togo.
  • Mossi language
    The Mossi language (known in the language as Mooré; also Mòoré, Mõõré, Moré, Moshi, Moore, More) is one of two official regional languages of Burkina Faso, closely related to the Frafra language spoken just across the border in the northern half of Ghana and less-closely to Dagbani and Mampruli further south.
  • Ntcham language
    Ntcham, or Basari, is a language of the Gurma people in Togo and Ghana.
  • Ahlon language
    The Ahlon language, Igo, is spoken in the Plateau Region of Togo.
  • Anii language
    The Anii language (formerly Bassila, Basila, Baseca, Ouinji-Ouinji ~ Winji-Winji) is spoken in Benin, and central eastern Togo and central eastern Ghana.
  • Ngangam language
    Ngangam (Gangam) is a language of the Gurma people spoken in Togo and Benin.
  • Tammari language
    The Tammari language, Ditammari, is a Gur language of Benin and Togo.
  • Hausa language
    Hausa (/ˈhaʊsə/) (Yaren Hausa or Harshen Hausa) is the Chadic language (a branch of the Afroasiatic language family) with the largest number of speakers, spoken as a first language by about 35 million people, and as a second language by millions more in Nigeria, and millions more in other countries, for a total of at least 41 million speakers.
  • Tem language
    Tem (Temba), or Kotokoli (Cotocoli), is a Gur language spoken in Togo, Ghana, and Benin.
  • Adja language
    The Aja language is a Gbe language of the Niger–Congo language spoken by the Aja people; and it is closely related to other Gbe languages such as Ewe, Mina, Fon, and Phla Phera.
  • Ewe language
    Ewe (Èʋe or Èʋegbe [èβeɡ͡be]) is a Niger–Congo language spoken in southeastern Ghana and southern Togo by over three million people.
  • Fon language
    Fon (native name Fon gbè, pronounced [fɔ̃̄ɡ͡bè]) is part of the Gbe language cluster and belongs to the Volta–Niger branch of the Niger–Congo languages.
  • Gen language
    Gen (also called Gɛ̃, Gɛn gbe, Gebe, Guin, Mina, Mina-Gen, and Popo) is a Gbe language spoken in the southeast of Togo in the Maritime Region.
  • Gourmanché language
    Gourmanchéma (Goulmacema, Gourma, Gourmantche, Gulimancema, Gulmancema, Gurma) is a major language of the Gurma people spoken in from Burkina Faso across northern Togo and Benin and as far as Niger.
  • Aguna language
    Aguna, or Awuna, is a Gbe language of Benin and Togo.
  • Agotime language
    Agotime, or Adangbe, is one of the Ghana–Togo Mountain languages (GTM) of the Kwa family.
  • Chakosi language
    Chakosi, or Anufo, is a Central Tano language spoken in Ghana, Togo, and Benin.
  • Delo language
    Delo, or Ntribu, is a Gur language of Ghana and Togo.
  • Kposo language
    Kposo language, or Ikposo (Ikpɔsɔ), is the language of the Akposso people, mainly in the Plateau Region of Togo, west of Atakpamé, but also into eastern Ghana.
  • Lama language
    Lama is a Gur language spoken by the Lamba people in Togo, Benin, and by a few in Ghana.
  • Losso language
    Nawdm (Naoudem), or Losso, is a Gur language of Togo.
  • Bago-Kusuntu language
    Bago-Kusuntu (dialects Bago, Kusuntu) is a Gur language of Togo.
  • Ifè language
    Ifè (or Ifɛ) is a Niger–Congo language spoken by some 180,000 people in Togo and Benin.
  • Kebu language
    Akebu or Kebu (also Kabu; in French: akébou) is one of the Ghana–Togo Mountain languages spoken by the Akebu people of southern Togo and southeastern Ghana.
  • Phla language
    Phla (Kpla), also spelled Xwla and also known as Popo, is a Gbe language of Benin and Togo.
  • Waci language
    Waci (also spelled Ouatchi) is a Gbe language of Togo and Benin.
  • Wudu language
    Wudu is a language spoken in Togo.
  • Kabye language
    Kabiye ([kàbɪjɛ̀]; also rendered Kabiyé, Kabiyè, Kabye, Kabyé, Kabyè, Cabrais) is an Eastern Gurunsi Gur language spoken primarily in northern Togo.
  • Moba language
    Moba is a major language of the Gurma people of Togo and Ghana.
  • Varieties of American Sign Language
    American Sign Language (ASL) developed in the United States and Canada, but has spread around the world.
  • Adele language
    The Adele language is spoken in central eastern Ghana and central western Togo.
  • Lukpa language
    Lukpa (Legba, Logba) is a Gur language spoken in Benin and Togo.
  • Ede language
    Ede is a dialect continuum of Benin and Togo that is closely related to the Yoruba language.