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Boor (also known as Bwara, Damraw) is an endangered Afro-Asiatic language spoken in southern Chad. The language has less than 100 native speakers worldwide. Regions where the language is spoken include southern Chad, the Bousso Subprefecture, Sarh Rural Subprefecture, and in and around the Dumraw (Dumrao) village on the north bank of the Chari River. Dumrao is approximately 15 kilometers north of Gori. Boor was documented by Florian Lionnet, Sandrine Loncke, and Remadji Hoinathy in 2012.

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  • Boor (also known as Bwara, Damraw) is an endangered Afro-Asiatic language spoken in southern Chad. The language has less than 100 native speakers worldwide. Regions where the language is spoken include southern Chad, the Bousso Subprefecture, Sarh Rural Subprefecture, and in and around the Dumraw (Dumrao) village on the north bank of the Chari River. Dumrao is approximately 15 kilometers north of Gori. Boor was documented by Florian Lionnet, Sandrine Loncke, and Remadji Hoinathy in 2012. Due to the locations of the regions in which the language is spoken, native speakers of Boor commonly speak the Bagirmi language as well. (en)
  • Le boor (également connu sous le nom de bwara ou damraw) est une langue afro-asiatique en voie de disparition, parlée dans le sud du Tchad. Elle compte moins de 100 locuteurs natifs dans le monde. Les régions où la langue est parlée comprennent le sud du Tchad, la sous-préfecture de Bousso, la sous-préfecture rurale de Sarh, et dans et autour du village de Dumraw (Dumrao) sur la rive nord du fleuve Chari. Le boor a été documenté par Florian Lionnet, Sandrine Loncke et Remadji Hoinathy en 2012. En raison de la situation géographique des régions dans lesquelles la langue est parlée, les locuteurs natifs du boor parlent aussi couramment la langue bagirmi. (fr)
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  • Boor (also known as Bwara, Damraw) is an endangered Afro-Asiatic language spoken in southern Chad. The language has less than 100 native speakers worldwide. Regions where the language is spoken include southern Chad, the Bousso Subprefecture, Sarh Rural Subprefecture, and in and around the Dumraw (Dumrao) village on the north bank of the Chari River. Dumrao is approximately 15 kilometers north of Gori. Boor was documented by Florian Lionnet, Sandrine Loncke, and Remadji Hoinathy in 2012. (en)
  • Le boor (également connu sous le nom de bwara ou damraw) est une langue afro-asiatique en voie de disparition, parlée dans le sud du Tchad. Elle compte moins de 100 locuteurs natifs dans le monde. Les régions où la langue est parlée comprennent le sud du Tchad, la sous-préfecture de Bousso, la sous-préfecture rurale de Sarh, et dans et autour du village de Dumraw (Dumrao) sur la rive nord du fleuve Chari. Le boor a été documenté par Florian Lionnet, Sandrine Loncke et Remadji Hoinathy en 2012. (fr)
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  • Boor (fr)
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