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Language Information

Beja is spoken by a nomadic people of whom rather little is known.They live between the hills of Nile Valley and the Red-Sea, in the arid hills of North-Eastern Sudan.

Beja has five vowels, a distinction of Vowel length and a pattern of word stress which is predictable but highly complex in its realisation in actual speech.

Beja is spoken/used in the following countries:
Eritrea, Sudan.

Language Family
Family: Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic)
Subgroup: Cushitic

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