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Different sources vary on this but I've asked Kairaba this very question and he says it *is* indeed a macro-language they're translating into in which Manding, Dioula, Bambara and a few others are considered variants of N'ko.

It basically seems to cover both the Eastern and Western branch of Manding as covered here:

So I think we're ok with "man".


05/05/2013 13:39, sgrìobh Kevin Scannell:
This probably isn't the right solution.  "man" is a macrolanguage
called "Mandingo" but it doesn't include all of the Manding languages;
in fact it doesn't include Dioula or even the N'ko language (nqo):

Plus, some of the languages under "man" are written in Latin script.

Why not nqo?


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