Maĝangiroj

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La maĝangiroj estas etno kun aparta lingvo vivanta en sudokcidenta Etiopio. La maĝangira lingvo apartenas al la surmikaj lingvoj. La censo en 1998 rezultigis, ke la maĝangiroj estas 15.341 homoj, sed ĉar ili vivas dise en la montetaro en dispersitaj setlejoj (Stauder 1971), ilia nuna tutnombro certe estas multe pli alta.

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