Marba is a member of the Chadic branch of the Afro-Asiatic language family. It is spoken by about 150,000 people in the south west of Chad, mainly in the Tandjilé Region and the Mayo-Kebbi Est Region.
Marba was historically known as Azumeina, Banana, Bananna or Ho, and is spoken by the Azumenina peoples.
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Abumi ma sä akulona, ar suma pet a suburuŋ simiyẽŋũ. Ar aŋ mba á te leu maŋa yam andagaɗa. Ar suma a le min maŋa yam andagaɗa ɗigi a ŋa lat sä akulo na mi. Aŋ hami ini te mami ma burã ki burĩna. Ar aŋ vat huruŋ ŋei yam co mamiɗa ɗigi ami ŋa vaɗami hurumi woi yam suma a ŋa lami coɗina na mi. Ar aŋ imi kur kuka ɗi, wani aŋ paɗami woi abo Ma cona. Leuɗa, aɗeŋa ki subura ni maŋa gak didin. Amin.
Information compiled by Michael Peter Füstumum
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