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Language

Akoosebss

Subject areas for this language

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Language Features

Alternate names
Akose, Akosi, Bafaramani, Bakosi, Bakossi, Bekoose, Koose, Kosi, Kosse, Kossi, Manenguba, Ngoe, Nkoosi, Nkosi
Dialects
Elung, Mwambong, Mwamenam, Ninong, Northern Bakossi, Southern Bakossi, Western Bakossi (Along, Elong, Mouamenam, Nlong)
Status
Living
OpenType tag
[none]

Information from ISO 639-3 and the  Ethnologue. Only a limited amount is shown here. For more detail consult the  Ethnologue entry for Akoose.

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Writing systems for this language

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Entries for this language

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Title Subject Area
Akoose Orthography Guide Sources & References
Keyman Desktop keyboards for Akoose Fonts & Keyboards
Some Issues in the Establishment of an Orthography for Akɔɔse Sources & References
Uppercase and lowercase eng Symbols & Characters
Uppercase Eng: Large form of small Eng (with descender) Design & Typography

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Sources for this language

Sources are references to books, web pages, articles and other materials. Click on the source title to see full details.

Title Type
Alphabets of Africa book
Cameroonian linguistics publications academic paper
Ethnologue entry for Akoose - Ethnologue web page
Glottolog entry for Akoose - Glottolog/Langdoc web page
ISO 639-3 page for Akoose - ISO 639-3 web page
MultiTree entry for Akoose - MultiTree: A Digital Library of Language Relationships web page
OLAC resources for Akoose - Open Language Archives Community web page
SIL Archive for Akoose - SIL Language and Culture Archives web page

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Needs related to this language

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