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  1. Highland East Cushitic, or Sidamic, is a branch of the Afroasiatic language family spoken in south-central Ethiopia. They are often grouped with Lowland East Cushitic, Dullay, and Yaaku as East Cushitic, but that group is not well defined and is considered dubious. The languages are: Burji (divergent) Sidamic proper Sidama; Gedeo; Hadiyya–Libido

  2. They are spoken primarily in the Horn of Africa, with minorities speaking Cushitic languages to the north in Egypt and the Sudan, and to the south in Kenya and Tanzania. As of 2012, the Cushitic languages with over one million speakers were Oromo, Somali, Beja, Afar, Hadiyya, Kambaata, Saho, and Sidama. [1] Official status [ edit]

  3. The Highland East Cushitic, or Sidamic, languages are a branch of Cushitic languages. They are spoken in Ethiopia. The most spoken language in the branch is Sidamo. It has around 3 million speakers. Languages. Burji (divergent) Sidamic proper Sidamo; Gedeo; Hadiyya–Libido; Kambaata–Alaba; References

    • Ethiopia
    • Burji, Sidamic proper
  4. Highland East Cushitic, or Sidamic, is a branch of the Afroasiatic language family spoken in south-central Ethiopia. They are often grouped with Lowland East Cushitic, Dullay, and Yaaku as East Cushitic, but that group is not well defined and is considered dubious.