|Region||South Africa, Lesotho|
Vaal–Orange, also known as Seroa, is an extinct ǃKwi language of South Africa and Lesotho. It comprised the ǂUngkue dialect (also rendered ǂKunkwe) of the Warrenton area, recorded by Carl Meinhof, and the ǁŨǁʼe dialect (also rendered ǁKu-ǁʼe or ǁKuǁe), spoken near Theunissen and Bethany in South Africa and into Lesotho, recorded by Dorothea Bleek.
Like ǀXam, ǂUngkue used 'inclusory' pronouns for compound subjects:
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