Kamda (Tux-mux’dox)

Kamda is member of the Kadu branch of the Nilo-Saharan language family. It is spoken in South Kordofan Province {جنوب كردفان} in southern Sudan. Kamda is classified as a dialect of Tulishi, which is also known as Kuntulishi, Thulishi or Tulesh. In 2007 there were about 2,500 speakers of all dialects of Tulishi.

Kamda alphabet and pronunciation

Kamda alphabet and pronunciation

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Kadu / Kadugli-Krongo languages

Kadugli, Kanga, Katcha, Kamda, Keiga, Krongo, Kufa, Miri

Languages written with the Latin alphabet

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