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Noun1.Musgu - a Chadic language spoken south of Lake Chad
Biu-Mandara - a group of Chadic languages spoken in the border area between Cameroon and Nigeria south of Lake Chad
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East of the area mapped in Figure 1, along the Logone river, densities of fifty to over a hundred persons per square kilometre were reached among the Musgu, Massa and, north of the Kebi river, the Tupuri.
1715-37), many of the Margi, Gamergu and Wula (6) of the Western foothills and the Musgu of the Eastern plains 'paid homage to the Tlikse-aWandala' (Barkindo 1989: 109), but we have no contemporary accounts of slaving.
In 1800, the time of maximal expansion, Barkindo (1989: 170) shows the Wandala state extending east to Musgu country on the Logone river at Pouss and south almost to the river Kebi, with a south-western border running east of the river Louti.