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Koro Wachi (also Waci), natively Tinɔr and Myamya, is a dialect cluster of Plateau languages spoken to the north of Keffi in central Nigeria. Koro language is a Hausa cover term for several local languages, such as the Jilic languages. Koro Wachi forms part of a larger cultural grouping with the Ashe.

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  • Die Sprache Asche (auch ashe, ache, ala, koro makama, koron ache, koron ala; ISO 639-3: ahs) ist eine platoide Sprache aus der Untergruppe der Koro-Sprachen innerhalb der Plateau-Sprachen. Asche wird von insgesamt 35.000 Personen im nigerianischen Bundesstaat Kaduna gesprochen. Die Sprache ist mit dem [bqv] verwandt.
  • Koro Wachi (also Waci), natively Tinɔr and Myamya, is a dialect cluster of Plateau languages spoken to the north of Keffi in central Nigeria. Koro language is a Hausa cover term for several local languages, such as the Jilic languages. Koro Wachi forms part of a larger cultural grouping with the Ashe.
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  • Die Sprache Asche (auch ashe, ache, ala, koro makama, koron ache, koron ala; ISO 639-3: ahs) ist eine platoide Sprache aus der Untergruppe der Koro-Sprachen innerhalb der Plateau-Sprachen. Asche wird von insgesamt 35.000 Personen im nigerianischen Bundesstaat Kaduna gesprochen. Die Sprache ist mit dem [bqv] verwandt.
  • Koro Wachi (also Waci), natively Tinɔr and Myamya, is a dialect cluster of Plateau languages spoken to the north of Keffi in central Nigeria. Koro language is a Hausa cover term for several local languages, such as the Jilic languages. Koro Wachi forms part of a larger cultural grouping with the Ashe.
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