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Cushitic languages

The Cushitic languages are a language family in the Afro-Asiatic languages phylum. They are spoken in the Horn of Africa. The most prominent language is Oromo with about 9 million speakers. Somali[?], spoken in Somalia has about 5 million speakers.

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