5,300 (Stevenson 1984), decreasing. No monolinguals.
Janub Kurdufan state: Dilling town and surrounding hills, including Kudur.
Dilling, Debri. Lexical similarity: 94% with Dilling and Debri dialects; 93% with Kadaru [kdu].
Few domains. Only older adults. All also use Sudanese Spoken Arabic [apd], but very few use it with their children.
Latin script [Latn].
The Dilling people call themselves Warki; those of Kudur call themselves Kwashe. People of Mandal Hills (Sobay (Sud), Adlan, Bade, Kule, Wulal) used to speak the Kudur dialect of Dilling, but now speak Ama [nyi] and only use Dilling for ceremonies.