Where on earth do they speak Ghomálá'?

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Language: Ghomálá'
Number of speakers: 260000
Language code: bbj
Alternate names: Baloum, Bamileke-Bandjoun, Bandjoun, Banjoun-Baham, Banjun, Batie, Ghomálá', Mahum, Mandju
Where spoken: Cameroon

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  • Language classification: Niger-Congo, Atlantic-Congo, Volta-Congo, Benue-Congo, Bantoid, Southern, Wide Grassfields, Narrow Grassfields, Mbam-Nkam, Bamileke
  • Dialects: Baham, Bamenjou, Bandjoun, Dengkwop, Fu'da, Fusap, Ghomálá' Central, Ghomálá' North, Ghomálá' South, Hom, Jo, Lang, Meka, Monjo, Mugum, Ngemba, Pa, Sa, Te, We, Yogam
  • Also spoken in:
  • Region: West Region, most of Mifi division, except extreme south and pockets north and west; Mifi division, Bamendjou subdivision; east Menoua division; a pocket in south Bamboutos division.