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Juǀʼhoan language

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  1. is a Khoisan language spoken in the Northwest District of Botswana by about 5,000 people (as of 2002) and by perhaps a comparable number across the border in Namibia

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  2. a cluster of eastern dialects of the Ju dialect continuum that includes ǃKung language and ǂKxʼauǁʼein languages

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  3. In the 1960s the South African Department of Education set about establishing official orthographies for the languages of Southwest Africa (Namibia)

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  4. part of a Southern dialect cluster of the Ju languages according to Snyman (1997)

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  5. Four varieties are distinguished: Epukiro, Tsumkwe, Rundu, and Omatako

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