Pévé

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A language of Chad

Alternate Names
“Kado” (pej.), Ka’do Pevé, Lamé, Zime
Population

30,000 in Chad (1999 SIL). Population total all countries: 35,720.

Location

Southwest, Mayo-Kebbi Ouest Region, Lamé is center. Also in Cameroon.

Language Status

5 (Developing).

Dialects

Dari, Doe (Doué), Lamé. Related to Herdé [hed] and Ngeté [nnn] with differences in phonology, grammar, and ethnic attitudes.

Language Development
NT: 1986.
Other Comments

Different from Lame [bma] of Nigeria. Ethnonym: Zime refers to Herdé [hed], Ngeté [nnn], Pévé, and Mesmé [zim].

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