Baoulé Language

Baoulé also known as Baule or Bawule or Wawle or Baule-ando is a language spoken in Lacs, Lagunes, Gôh-Djiboua, Sassandra-Marahoué, Vallée du Bandama, Woroba, and Yamoussoukro regions in Cote divoire.

It belongs to the Kwa group of languages which also includes Ga and Dangme languages.

Baoulé language has approximately 7,500,000 native speakers.

The language has 1 dialects; Ando.

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