Zan Gula

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Zan Gula

  1. The African language which as the ISO code 'zna'.
    • 1992, Ethnologue: languages of the world (Barbara F. Grimes, Richard Saunders Pittman, Joseph Evans Grimes),page 229:
      [] Congo, Volta-Congo, North, Adamawa-Ubangi, Adamawa, Mbum-Day, Bua. There is reported to be no intelligibility between Bon Gula and Zan Gula. Speakers may use Arabic as second language. Together with Bon Gula called 'Gula Guera'.
    • 2003, International encyclopedia of linguistics (William Frawley), volume 1, page 30:
      Not intelligible with Bon Gula or Zan Gula.
    • 2005, Language decline and death in Africa: causes, consequences, and challenges (Herman Batibo), pages 72-73:
      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).