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Éwé (also called Eibe, Ebwe, Eve, Efe, Eue, Vhe, Gbe, Krepi, Krepe, Popo) belongs to the Kwa branch of the Niger-Congo language family. It is spoken primarily in the Southeast region of Ghana. It is also spoken in Togo. There are more than 3 million Éwé speakers worldwide.
Éwé dialects include Anglo, Awuna, Hudu, and Kotafoa. Written Éwé uses a Roman script.
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Ewe Quick Facts
Alternate Names & Spellings: Eibe, Ebwe, Eve, Efe, Eue, Vhe, Gbe, Krepi, Krepe, Popo
Language Family: Niger-Congo, Atlantic-Congo, Volta-Congo, Kwa, Left Bank, Gbe
Spoken by Approximately 3,112,000 people
Spoken In: United States