• Language: K'emant
  • Alternate names: Qimant, Kimanteney, Western Agaw, FalaĊĦa, Kemant, Falasha
  • Language code: ahg
  • Language family: Afro-Asiatic, Cushitic, Agaw, Northern-Eastern-Western Agaw
  • Dialects: Kayla.
  • Number of speakers: A few hundred
  • Vulnerability: Endangered
  • Script: Ethiopic script, no longer in use.

More information:

    Ethnonym: Falashi (Kayla or Qwara people), meaning Black Jews. 2,321 Falashas in Ethiopia. Most remaining Falasha went to Israel in 1999. No evidence of a distinct Jewish language. Kara is an incorrect spelling. Christian (Qimant), Jewish (Kayla).

    K'emant is spoken in Ethiopia, Eritrea, Africa.