Region of the Mabia languages
Region of the Mabia languages
The Mabia languages (obsolete name: Gur languages) belong to the Niger–Congo languages. There are about 70 languages belonging to this group. They are spoken in the Sahelian and Savanna regions of West Africa, namely: in Burkina Faso, southern Mali, northeastern Ivory Coast, the northern halves of Ghana and Togo, northwestern Benin, and southwestern Niger. Additionally, a single Mabia language, Baatonum, is spoken in the extreme northwest of Nigeria.

List of Mabia Languages

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