North Ethiopic languages
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The North Ethiopic languages are a family of 4 languages (1 extinct, 3 living) spoken in Eritrea, northern Ethiopia, and eastern Sudan. They include the ancient Ge’ez language which is now extinct, but remains in use as a liturgical language in the Eritrean and Ethiopian Orthodox Churches. Harari, although being a South Ethiopic language, has several features in common with North Ethiopic.
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