Jimi language (Cameroon)
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|Region||Far North Province|
|(3,500 cited 1982)|
Jimi (Djimi), also known as Jimjimən and 'Um Falin, is a Chadic language spoken in Cameroon in Far North Province on the Nigerian border in and around Bourrha. Dialects are Djimi, Jimo, Malabu, Wadi, and Zumo.
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