The Mano language, also known as Maa, Mah, and Mawe, is a significant Mande language of Liberia and Guinea. It is spoken primarily in Nimba County in north-central Liberia by 188,000 (as of 2006) and in Guinea by 71,000 (as of 1997) in Nzérékoré, Lola and Yomou Prefectures.

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  • The Mano language, also known as Maa, Mah, and Mawe, is a significant Mande language of Liberia and Guinea. It is spoken primarily in Nimba County in north-central Liberia by 188,000 (as of 2006) and in Guinea by 71,000 (as of 1997) in Nzérékoré, Lola and Yomou Prefectures.
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  • The Mano language, also known as Maa, Mah, and Mawe, is a significant Mande language of Liberia and Guinea. It is spoken primarily in Nimba County in north-central Liberia by 188,000 (as of 2006) and in Guinea by 71,000 (as of 1997) in Nzérékoré, Lola and Yomou Prefectures.
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