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1. Marcel Cohen (1924) rejected the idea of a distinct "Hamitic" subgroup, and included Hausa (a Chadic language) in his comparative Hamito-Semitic vocabulary.

2. Hausa (/ˈhaʊsə/; Harshen/Halshen Hausa) is a Chadic language spoken by the Hausa people, the largest ethnic group in Sub-Saharan Africa, mainly within the territories of Niger and the northern half of Nigeria, and with significant minorities in Ghana, Sudan, and Cameroon.

3. Zizilivakan (Ziziliveken, Ziliva, Àmzírív), also known as Fali of Jilbu and Ulan Mazhilvən, is a Chadic language spoken in Cameroon in Far North Province and neighboring Nigeria.

4. Pozdniakov (2010) believes Laal is a distinct branch of Niger–Congo with part of its pronominal system borrowed from a Chadic language like Kera.

5. Massa (or Masana, Masa) is a Chadic language spoken in southern Chad and northern Cameroon by the Masa people.

6. Hausa [hau], a Chadic language of Nigeria.

7. Bura-Pabir (also known as Bura, Burra, Bourrah, Pabir, Babir, Babur, Barburr, Mya Bura, Kwojeffa, Huve, Huviya) is a Chadic language spoken in Nigeria.

8. Guruntum is a Chadic language spoken in Bauchi and Alkaleri LGAs, Bauchi State, Nigeria.

9. They speak Musgu, a Chadic language, which had 61,500 speakers in Cameroon in 1982 and 24,408 speakers in Chad in 1993.

10. The Ngizim speak a Chadic language also called Ngizim.

11. Lagwan (Logone) is a Chadic language spoken in northern Cameroon and southwestern Chad.

12. Kamwe also spelt Kamue) is a Chadic language spoken in Adamawa State, Borno State of Nigeria and in North Western Cameroon.

13. Ɗugwor is a Chadic language spoken in northern Cameroon.

14. Maɗa is a Chadic language spoken in northern Cameroon.

15. Mofu-Gudur, or South Mofu, is a Chadic language spoken in northern Cameroon.

16. 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.

17. Yedina, also known as Buduma (Boudouma), is a Chadic language of the Biu–Mandara branch spoken around Lake Chad in western Chad and neighbouring Cameroon and Nigeria.

18. Ngizim (also known as Ngizmawa, Ngezzim, Ngódṣin) is a Chadic language spoken by the Ngizim people in Yobe State, Nigeria.

19. also known as Mazagway-Hidi) is a Chadic language spoken in Cameroon in North Province and Far North Province.

20. The Mina language, also known by the names Hina and Besleri, is a Chadic language spoken in Northern Cameroon by 10,000 people.

21. Barein (also referred to as Baraïn, Barayin, Guilia, Jalkia or Jalkiya) is a Chadic language spoken in south central Chad.

22. Dghweɗe (also known as Hude, Johode, Traude, Dehoxde, Tghuade, Toghwede, Wa'a, Azaghvana, Zaghvana) is a Chadic language spoken in Borno State, Nigeria in the Gwoza LGA.

23. Dazawa or Daza is listed by Blench (2006) as a Chadic language within the Bole group.

24. Mokilko, or Mukulu (also known as Gergiko, Guerguiko, Mokulu, Mokoulou, Djonkor Guera, Dyongor Guera, Diongor Guera, Jonkor-Gera), is a Chadic language spoken in central Chad.

25. Margi, also known as Marghi and Marghi Central, is a Chadic language (a branch of Afroasiatic) spoken in Nigeria, Cameroon, and Chad.

26. Although Jarawan had undergone Chadic influence during its earlier days, the reverse situation of a Chadic language being influenced by Jarawan is found in the curious case of Chadic Kulung being extensively influenced by the surrounding Jarawan Kulung language.

27. Musey is a Chadic language of Chad and Cameroon.

28. The Huba language (Nya Huba), also known as Kilba, is a Chadic language of Nigeria.

29. Marghi South is a Chadic language of Nigeria.

30. Kulung, related to Piya, can also refer to a Chadic language of the same name in Karim Lamido LGA, Taraba State, Nigeria.