The Karaboro languages are spoken in Burkina Faso by approximately 65,000 people (SIL 1995/1991). They belong to the Senufo subfamily, but are separated from other Senufo languages by a small band of unrelated languages. Within Senufo they are thought to be most closely related to the Senari languages.
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Karaboro, some neighbouring languages and the Senufo language area.
- Hook, A., R. Mills and E. Mills (1975). L'Enquête Dialectale Karabora, Société Internationale de Linguistique and University of Ouagadougou.
- Mills, Elizabeth (1984) Senoufo phonology, discourse to syllabe (a prosodic approach) SIL publications in linguistics (ISSN 1040-0850), 72.
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