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or lu·so·phone  (lo͞o′sə-fōn′)
A Portuguese-speaking person, especially in a region where two or more languages are spoken.

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2) University of International Integration of Afro-Brazilian Lusophony, Redencao, CE, Brazil
Lusophony enters with an argument that sustains the commodification of language that is also practiced in editorial policies in Portugal and in Brazil to publish literature by African writers in the Portuguese language.
Law 1/2014, also called the Paz Andrade Law, 'for making use of the Portuguese language and ties with Lusophony,' said Portuguese is at present the most vastly spoken language in the southern hemisphere and is a working language for 20 global organisations, and the official language of 'nine countries and the territory of Macau, China.