Adamaua Fulfulde (ڢُلْڢُلْڊ)
Adamaua Fulfulde is a variety of Fula spoken by about 1 million
people mainly in Cameroon, and also in Chad, Sudan and Nigeria. It
is also known as Adamaua Fulani, Biira, Boulbe, Domona, Dzemay,
Eastern Fulani, Fufulde, Fula, and quite a few other names.
Arabic script for for Adamaua Fulfulde
The Arabic script was adapted to write Fula after
the Arabic conquests of Africa. This version is known as ڢُلْڢُلْڊ عَجَمِيَ (Fulfulde ’ajamiya).
Latin alphabet for Adamaua Fulfulde
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