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Afrika, after Black Chattelization Wars, many creoles and mistures of Negro-Egyptian spread to many areas of the western hemisphere.
Linguistic classification:One of the world's major language families

The Negro-Egyptian languages are a family of several thousand related languages and dialects. It has about over 1800 languages and dialects, according to the 2005 Ethnologue estimate, about (1500) belonging to the Niger-Kordofan subbranch[1] [2]. It includes most major current languages of Afrika, the mixed languages spoken on islands in the Carribean Sea, and is generally spoken in one way or another by Afrikan decendants of the Ma'afa, and was also the indiginous language of ancient Kemet.

This language family encompases almost all the languages spoken in Afrika, save for Arabic and Berber