A language of Togo
ISO 639-3: wci
||366,000 in Togo (1991). Population total all countries: 476,000.
||Main centers Vogan, Tabligbo, Attitigon. Also in Benin.
Togo, reference number 34
||Ouatchi, Wachi, Waci, Waci-Gbe, Watyi
||One of 10 languages that make up the Gbe language subgroup that extends from southeastern Ghana across southern Togo and southern Benin into southwestern Nigeria. The subgroup also includes Ci Gbe [cib], Defi Gbe [gbh], Gbesi Gbe [gbs], Eastern Xwla Gbe [gbx], Maxi Gbe [mxl], Kotafon Gbe [kqk], Western Xwla Gbe [xwl], Tofin Gbe [tfi], Xwela Gbe [xwe].
||Niger-Congo, Atlantic-Congo, Volta-Congo, Kwa, Left Bank, Gbe
||Also use Éwé [ewe] or French.
||Literacy rate in L1: Below 1%.
||Traditional religion, Christian.
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