The Ayere–Ahan languages are a pair of languages of Nigeria, Ayere and Àhàn (or Ahaan), that form an independent branch of the Volta–Niger languages. These languages are spoken in the border region of Kogi State and Ondo State, Nigeria.
|Kogi State and Ondo State, Nigeria|
Names and locationsEdit
Below is a list of Ayere–Ahan language names and locations from Blench (2019).
|Ahan||Àhàn||Ondo State, Ekiti LGA, Ajowa, Igashi, and Omou towns|
|Uwu||Ayere||Kwara State, Oyi LGA, Kabba District|
- Hammarström, Harald; Forkel, Robert; Haspelmath, Martin, eds. (2017). "Ayere–Ahan". Glottolog 3.0. Jena, Germany: Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History.
- Müller, André, Viveka Velupillai, Søren Wichmann, Cecil H. Brown, Eric W. Holman, Sebastian Sauppe, Pamela Brown, Harald Hammarström, Oleg Belyaev, Johann-Mattis List, Dik Bakker, Dmitri Egorov, Matthias Urban, Robert Mailhammer, Matthew S. Dryer, Evgenia Korovina, David Beck, Helen Geyer, Pattie Epps, Anthony Grant, and Pilar Valenzuela. 2013. ASJP World Language Trees of Lexical Similarity: Version 4 (October 2013).
- Blench, Roger (2019). An Atlas of Nigerian Languages (4th ed.). Cambridge: Kay Williamson Educational Foundation.
- Blench, Roger. 2007. The Ayere and Ahan languages of Central Nigeria and their affinities.
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