Cushtic language spoken by Qemant people in northwestern Ethiopia
172,000 (1994 census)
(1,700 cited 1994 census)
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The Qimant language is a highly endangered language spoken by a small and elderly fraction of the Qemant people in northern Ethiopia, mainly in the Chilga woreda in Semien Gondar Zone between Gondar and Metemma.
^ abQimant at Ethnologue (18th ed., 2015) (subscription required)