"Zan Gula" meaning in All languages combined

See Zan Gula on Wiktionary

Proper name [English]

Head templates: {{en-proper noun|head=Zan Gula}} Zan Gula
  1. An Adamawa language of Chad. Categories (topical): Languages
    Sense id: Zan_Gula-en-name-X028wil3

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          "text": "The highly endangered languages include Barein, Boor (Bowara, Damraw). Fania (Mara, Kobe, Fongoro, Koke), Kindeje (Yaali), Kujange, Laal, Mawa (Mahoura), Miltu, Saba, Sokoro, Tamki, Tunia (tounia, Tunya) and Zan Gula (Moriil)."
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