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Welcome to the Aghem web page. Here, you can learn about the people of Aghem and their language.

Aghem is a west ring grassfield bantu language spoken in Wum Central Sub-division in Menchum Division of the North West Region of Cameroon in the Continent of Africa. Aghem is a tribe consisting of over 60 matriclans and intramarriage is forbidden among the matriclans.

The term Aghem refers to the speakers, the land and the language. The land is made up of twelve federated villages. And the Aghem Fondoms uses the leopard skin as their carpet, prince and princes are proud to be born on it. These are, but not hierarchical: ́́́́́́ Village - Ruler, Fon

Ághɨ̂ m - Bàʼmbì III

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Gùw è kɨ̀bɨ̀ghā

Màaghɨ̂a - awaiting final celebration of the enthronment
Kɨ̀sughu - Kaāŋnsɨn Bûʼmbì
Zɨŋofʉ̀ - Ebʉ̀a B. Âtsùghò
Tsɨlaghɨ̂a - Fâŋ Martin
Wâazòʼ - Ńchìa
Wɛ̂ndūghū - Tsùghò
Zɨŋotɨ̄ghā - Anāŋ
Zɨŋokwù - Bàʼmbì III
Wâadzùŋ - ???
Ghîidzɨ̀ - Nɨ̀ŋ
Nɛʼɛkɔm - Afʉ̀ŋkùu
Wâatua - Ânyɨghàmbɔ̀ŋ