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Wawu (or perhaps Vavu; Russian transcription Вавуски) is an obscure language formerly spoken in West Africa that has not been classified. The only evidence for this language, assuming it is not spurious, is published in a late 18th-century source that includes two languages called "Wawu", the other being a dialect of Ewe. The consultant for the unclassified language called "Wawu" identified his people's neighbors as the Fra (Kasena), Bente, Naena, Gui, Guraa (Anyi), Guaflee and No (= Nejo, Bete).

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  • Wawu (or perhaps Vavu; Russian transcription Вавуски) is an obscure language formerly spoken in West Africa that has not been classified. The only evidence for this language, assuming it is not spurious, is published in a late 18th-century source that includes two languages called "Wawu", the other being a dialect of Ewe. The consultant for the unclassified language called "Wawu" identified his people's neighbors as the Fra (Kasena), Bente, Naena, Gui, Guraa (Anyi), Guaflee and No (= Nejo, Bete).
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  • Wawu (or perhaps Vavu; Russian transcription Вавуски) is an obscure language formerly spoken in West Africa that has not been classified. The only evidence for this language, assuming it is not spurious, is published in a late 18th-century source that includes two languages called "Wawu", the other being a dialect of Ewe. The consultant for the unclassified language called "Wawu" identified his people's neighbors as the Fra (Kasena), Bente, Naena, Gui, Guraa (Anyi), Guaflee and No (= Nejo, Bete).
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  • Wawu-II
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