Dizin is a member of the Omotic branch of the Afro-Asiatic language family spoken in the southwest of Ethiopia by about 33,900 people. Dizin is also known as Dizi and Maji.
Dizin is written with a version of the Ethiopic (Ge'ez) script and has no official status in Ethiopia.
Dizin is a tonal language with three tones (low, mid and high). These tones are not marked in writing.
Information about the Dizin script and pronunciation compiled by Wolfram Siegel
Information about Dizin
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