- Language: Dilling
- Alternate names: Delen, Warki, Warkimbe, Debri, Nubian (Hill)
- Language code: dil
- Language family: Nilo-Saharan, Eastern Sudanic, Eastern, Nubian, Central, Hill, Unclassified (SIL classification)
- Number of speakers: 5,300
- Vulnerability: Threatened
- Script: Latin script.
The Dilling people call themselves Warki; those of Kudur call themselves Kwashe. People of Mandal Hills (Sobay (Sud), Adlan, Bade, Kule, Wulal) used to speak the Kudur dialect of Dilling, but now speak Ama (See: [[Ama]]) and only use Dilling for ceremonies.
Dilling is spoken in Sudan, Africa.