Migaama is an East Chadic language spoken by about 20,000 people in the Guéra department of the Guéra Region of central Chad.
Migaama is also known as Dionkor, Djonkor, Dyongor, Jongor, Jonkor or Migama. Dialects include: Migaama, Doga, Gamiya and Dambiya.
Migaama is written with a version of the Latin alphabet, although few Migaama speakers can read their language, and even fewer can write it. Instead, they use Arabic and French as written languages.
Migaama has two tones: a high tone, that can be indicated with an acute accent (á), and a low tone, that can be indicated with a grave accent (à).
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