from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A closely related group of Kwa languages, including Ewe and Fon, that are spoken in coastal Ghana, Togo, Benin, and Nigeria.
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- proper n. A family of closely related languages, such as Ewe and Fon, spoken near the south coast of western Africa.
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2 They share borders with the Borgu variously called Bariba and Borgawa in the northwest, the Nupe and Ebira in the north, the Ẹsan and Edo to the southeast, the Igala and other related groups to the northeast, and the Egun, Fon, and other Gbe-speaking peoples in the southwest.
(Benin, Togo) [to a person working] Kudazo Fon-Gbe (Benin) Kuabo Fore (Papua New Guinea) Kagíé
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