Afro-Asiatic language of the southern coast of the Red Sea, mostly spoken by Beja nomads, in parts of Egypt, Sudan, and Eritrea
Beja is a Cushitic language. It is spoken on the coast of the Red Sea in Sudan, Eritrea and Egypt. Around one million people speak the language. It is the only language of the North Cushitic branch still spoken.
|Native to||Sudan, Eritrea, Egypt|
|Latin alphabet (limited use)|
Arabic alphabet (limited use)