Kopa (language family)

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The Kopa languages are the native languages of some of the original inhabitants of areas around the coast of the southern Asperic Ocean, the Kopa people. There are thought to be three contemporary dialects or distinct languages within the Köpā family, but only the language or dialect known as Kika has more than 1000 speakers. This contemporary language is spoken mainly in Kėzėpölān.