Adamaua Fulfulde is a variety of Fula spoken by about 1 million people mainly in Cameroon, and also in Chad, Sudan and Nigeria. It is also known as Adamaua Fulani, Biira, Boulbe, Domona, Dzemay, Eastern Fulani, Fufulde, Fula, and quite a few other names.
The Arabic script was adapted to write Fula after the Arabic conquests of Africa. This version is known as ڢُلْڢُلْڊ عَجَمِيَ (Fulfulde ’ajamiya).
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