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Waata language

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Waata language

Native to Kenya
Region Lamu District, Tana River
Native speakers
13,000 (2009 census)[1]
Language codes
ISO 639-3 ssn
Glottolog waat1238[2]

Waata (Waat, Watha), or Sanye, is an Oromo language spoken by former hunter-gatherers in Kenya. It shares the name Sanye with neighboring Dahalo.

Waata may be a dialect of Orma or otherwise [[

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