Bosha is an extinct Omotic language of Ethiopia. Ethnologue lists it as a dialect of the Northern Omotic Kafa language, but notes that it may be a distinct language. Other sources list it as unclassified. The Bosha state, the Kingdom of Garo, was a culturally Gonga enclave within the southern Oromo area.

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  • Bosha is an extinct Omotic language of Ethiopia. Ethnologue lists it as a dialect of the Northern Omotic Kafa language, but notes that it may be a distinct language. Other sources list it as unclassified. The Bosha state, the Kingdom of Garo, was a culturally Gonga enclave within the southern Oromo area. (en)
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  • Bosha is an extinct Omotic language of Ethiopia. Ethnologue lists it as a dialect of the Northern Omotic Kafa language, but notes that it may be a distinct language. Other sources list it as unclassified. The Bosha state, the Kingdom of Garo, was a culturally Gonga enclave within the southern Oromo area. (en)
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