|Extinct||early 20th century|
|ISO 639-3||included in kqu|
ǃGãǃne (ǃGãǃnge) is an extinct language of the ǃKwi family, once spoken near Tsolo and in Umtata District in South Africa, south of Lesotho. The only material on the language is 140 words collected from two semi-speakers (rememberers) in 1931.
Like ǁXegwi, ǃGãǃne is considered an "outlier" among the ǃKwi languages by Güldemann (2005, 2011). Ethnologue and Glottolog count it as a dialect of Seroa, though the two have no demonstrable connection apart from being in the ǃKwi family.
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