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Koman languages are a small close-knit family of languages located
along the Sudan-Ethiopia border with about 50,000 speakers. They
are commonly believed to belong to the Nilo-Saharan family, but
evidence is slight, and among scholars who do accept inclusion,
opinions vary as to their position within it. Greenberg included
the Gumuz language of Ethiopia as a distant relation of Koman in a
group he called Komuz. However, Bender, Blench, and other
Nilo-Saharan specialists do not accept a special genealogical
relationship between the two.
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