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/Xam language
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/Xam language

/Xam is an extinct Khoisan language of South Africa, part of the !Kwi language group. Its SIL code is XAM.

It is used for the South African motto adopted on 27 April 2000: !ke e: /xarra //ke. It means something like diverse people unite or on a collective scale Unity in Diversity.

See also: language, Africa

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