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Fuuta Jalon Language
Pular (also called Fuuta Jalon, Futa Jallon, Fouta Dyalon, Fulbe, Fullo Fuuta, Futa Fula, Foula Fouta, Fulfulde Jalon, Jalon) is a Fula language belonging to the Niger-Congo language family. It is spoken in the Fouta Djallon area of Guinea, where it is an official regional language. Pular is also spoken in Gambia, Guinea-Bassau, Mali, Senegal, and Sierra Leone.
There are approximately 3 million Pular speakers worldwide.
In the 20th century, several portions of the Christian Bible were translated into Pular.
Pular has borrowed extensively from Arabic.
Fuuta Jalon Translation and Interpreting
Spanish (Latin America)
Fuuta Jalon Quick Facts
Alternate Names & Spellings: FUTA JALLON, FOUTA DYALON, FULBE, FULLO FUUTA, FUTA FULA, FOULA FOUTA, FULFULDE JALON, JALON, PULAR, PULAAR
Language Family: Niger-Congo, Atlantic-Congo, Atlantic, Northern, Senegambian, Fula-Wolof, Fulani, West Central.
Spoken by Approximately 2,900,000 people
Spoken In: United States