Language Western Niger Fulfulde

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  • Bombori-Ouro (near Sambere) (photo)
  • Moussourou (near Sambere) (photo)
  • Dari (near Sambere) (photo)
  • Gassi (near Banggel-Toupe) village on edge of plateau overlooking valley; originally populated by Fulfulde speakers (Kansaye]) from Kani in Tommo-So zone; farming and herding; extensive gardening in valley
  • Kiri-Fulbe (near Hombori) village in plains stretched out along base of long dune ridge; farming and herding; gardening; for Songhay section see Kiri (near Hombori)
  • Madina (near Banggel-Toupe) village on edge of plateau overlooking long valley;farming and herding; gardens in valley
  • Goundaka (east of Mopti) ethnically cosmopolitan village just off Mopti-Bandiagara highway (distinct from Goundaka near Sofara)
  • Kombo-Ogourou (Fulbe) Fulbe village paired with Kombo-Ogorou (Jamsay speaking), said to have come from Burkina; farming and herding; gardens (papaya, tomato, etc.)
  • Dari (near Nienagou) village on plains near hill; Fulbe-Rimaibe; farming and herding
  • Drimbe (aka Dirimbe) village in plains; Fulbe and Fulbe-Rimaibe; farming and herding
  • Tyilapanga (Fulbe) adjacent to Tomo-Kan speaking Tyilapanga
  • Gana (near Kikara) village; abandoned old village on lower slope of mountain; new village at base of mountain; Fulbe-Rimaibe; ancient Tellem constructions visible at base of cliffs surmounting the lower slopes; gardening with water piped down from summit (sesame, tobacco, onion, squash, cassava)
  • Ogodengou (Fulbe) Fulbe village paired with Ogodengou-Na (Guimiri Kan); farming and herding
  • Seguemara (Fulbe) one of two paired villages in plains, for the other see Seguemara (Jamsay); farming and herding
  • Sonfounou (Fulbe) Fulbe village near Tomo Kan village Sonfounou
  • Dianvély (Fulbe) Fulbe village in sandy plains near Sevare
  • Owo-Ouro (Wo-Ouro) Fulfulde-speaking village, part of the otherwise Tomo-Kan speaking Owo (Wo) village cluster
  • Dari (near Hombori) village in rock-strewn plain at base of la Main de Fatouma; tourist camp for mountain climbers; herding and some farming
  • Tiena (near Zon) Fulbe hamlet near Zon; farming and herding
  • Yadianga (Fulbe) Fulbe hamlet associatd with Yadianga (Gourou), in plains; farming and herding
  • Diommo (Fulbe) Fulbe village on slight elevation in low plateau, paired with Diommo (Tommo); farming and herding
  • Goylel (Fulbe) majority Fulbe-Rimaibe section of village on lower slope of low hill ridge beside sandy plains, came with Dogon expelled by the French from Tabi mountain; farming and herding; school; see also Goylel (Dogon)
  • Gueourou (Fulbe) sister village for Geourou (Togo Kan), in plains; farming and herding
  • Koundougou-Wourol Fulbe settlement slightly apart from Koundougou, in plains; farming and herding
  • Balaguira-Foulbe [near Balaguira-Habe] village; Fulbe and Rimaibe
  • Bile-Dounggouwal small village in rock-strewn plain near fields, near Mt Wari and la Main de Fatouma; originally split off from Banggel-Diaoule; mostly herding, some farming
  • Dioumdiouréré village; Fulbe-Rimaibe; some weavers
  • Adakaoura-Fulbe Fulbe village (huts) inear Adakoura (Togo Kan village); farming and herding
  • Banggel-Diaoule village in plains not far from la Main de Fatouma mountain; mostly herding, some farming
  • Diengeni-Foulbe Fulfulde-speaking village next to smaller Dogon village Diengeni-Habe; Fulbe, Rimaibe, and Diango cattle merchants [ja:ngo]
  • Iribanga (Fulbe) hamlet, part of Iribanga village cluster, originally split off from Dorodon; Fulbe; farming and herding
  • Naye (Fulbe) one of two paired villages of the same name, for the other see Naye (Dogon); in plains
  • Ouama (Wama) small Fulbe hamlet in plains near Kelmi
  • Ourobangourdi small hamlet; Fulbe
  • Soufouroulaye town in plains, on the main highway; Christian and Muslim
  • Ourodjougal village on plains; Fulbe-Rimaibe
  • Doussoungou village in three slightly separated sections at base of mountain; sections called dusuŋgu, lowol, and koroy; Fulbe-Rimaibe; farming and herding
  • Hinde Gaouga hamlet; Fulbe-Rimaibe
  • Koboutjirey village in plains at base of long dune ridge; Fulbe-Rimaibe (former slaves of Songhay) and freeborn Fulde; farming and herding; extensive gardens (date palm, African eggplant, tomato, cassava, cabbage, lettuce)
  • Sege-Bougie Fulbe and Rimaibe village on plain
  • Fetesambou Fulbe-Rimaibe hamlet
  • Koursoutou village at base of mountain; Fulbe; farming and herding
  • Nene-Foulbe Fulbe-speaking village, almost adjacent to Tomo-Kan speaking village Korou
  • Oukoulourou hamlet; Fulbe-Rimaibe
  • Ouro Ngerou village; Fulbe-Rimaibe; near highway
  • Ouro-Ngeou village at base of hill; farming and herding; gardens and fruit trees (mango, tamarind)
  • Ouro-Toroli Fulbe hamlet; farming and herding
  • Somadougou large village on highway
  • Tomborguel Fulbe-Rimaibe village on plain
  • Weloungara Fulbe-Rimaibe village on plain
  • Diamangolo small village in valley at base of cliffs (was larger before Fulbe predations 19th C); stop on vehicle route Fatoma to Banguel Toupé; settled from Koubewel near Douentza (Ongoiba), Kendié (Ombotimbé), and Tougoumé just north of Sevare-Bandiagara highway (Ouologuem)
  • Amdallaye
  • Baraboule town in Burkina Faso
  • Birga-Pulo sister village for Birga (Togo Kan), in plains; farming and herding
  • Dari-Wouro small Fulbe village paired with Dari (Dogulu) on high plateau near seasonal river; herding and light farming
  • Haouangou hamlet; coordinates suggest part of Dionouga complex
  • Moniekana village
  • Nia-Moussa village, Fulbe and Rimaibe
  • Niminiama village close to highway; Fulbe
  • Takoutala village, Fulbe-Rimaibe
  • Tialegel Fulbe hamlet near Koro; farming and herding
  • Weliwarou Fulbe hamlet; farming and herding; settled from Bandiagara
  • Binedama village in plains on a small elevation; Fulbe and Rimaibe
  • Godoware village; Fulbe-Rimaibe
  • Kondioly Fulbe-Rimaibe hamlet on plain
  • Mamourou village in sandy plains near Sevare
  • Niakongo Fulbe-Rimaibe village on the plains; Tommo-So speakers from Tounkari
  • Nienagou village a short distance from Sambere; Fulbe-Rimaibe with some Songhay from Timbuktu; farming and herding; gardening (guava, mango, jujube, calabash)
  • Ouankoro
  • Ouro Fero village in sandy plains north of Goundaka (Fulbe, Rimaibe, and Fulbe-ized Dogon)
  • Ouro-Nema village on highway; Fulbe-Rimaibe; farming and herding
  • Samaloye Fulbe-Rimaibe village on plain; a few Tommo So speakers from Tounkari
  • Saraboro village along small rocky ridge near sandy plains north of Goundaka, Rimaibe (with Dogon names)
  • Sare-Soma village; Fulbe-Rimaibe; farming and herding; carpentry, e.g. mortars (Gadiaka, equivalent to Dogon sɛgɛm caste)
  • Sassourou Fulbe-Rimaibe village on plain
  • Sinakoro village in sandy plains near Sevare
  • Some-Kiro small Fulbe satellite village for Kiro (Bambara)
  • Torobani village; base of small inselberg
  • Bankisa small village; Fulbe; in March most people out in fields with animals to supply manure
  • Bobowel village in plain
  • Dirimbe
  • Dongoro Rimaibe village in sandy plains near Sevare
  • Dorodon predominantly Fulbe village with some Dogon; farming and herding
  • Ferendi village at base of mountain; Fulbe-Rimaibe; farming and herding
  • Kolongo village at base of mountain; Fulbe-Rimaibe; farming and herding
  • Nia-Ouro village, Fulbe and Rimaibe
  • Perempe village in plains, on main highway; Fulbe and Bambara
  • Sambere village on highway; Fulbe-Rimaibe; farming and herding
  • Siguiri village; freeborn Fulbe plus Fulbe-Rimaibe; near highway
  • Soosari Fulbe-Rimaibe village on plain
  • Tefewal Fulbe-Rimaibe village on plain
  • Tiaboly village in plains, Fulbe-Rimaibe
  • Tombori small village at base of mountain; Fulbe; farming and herding
  • Bounti village in two parts; at base of mountain, Fulbe-Rimaibe (Tamboura); farther out in plains around wells, Fulbe (Diallo); farming and herding
  • Debere
  • Dossou small zone of Fulbe hamlets in plains near Kobou (Songhay); farming and herding
  • Gafiti village at base of mountain; Fulbe-Rimaibe; farming and herding; new garden in 2011 (onions, garlic, potato)
  • Gogoro village in plains; Fulbe; farming and herding
  • Isseye village; Dogon and Fulbe-Rimaibe
  • Kerana
  • Kodiol Fulbe-Rimaibe hamlet on plain; one Tommo So speaking family
  • Nokara village at base of mountain; Fulbe (Dicko) and Fulbe-Rimaibe (Tamboura); farming and herding
  • Papara village in plains; Fulbe-Rimaibe; farming and herding; garden (abandoned)
  • Sampie village at base of mountain; Fulbe; farming and herding
  • Wo-Ouro
  • Aïnga small village on summit near Nokara
  • Beeri Fulbe-Rimaibe hamlet on plain
  • Boula village in two parts; on shelf near bottom of mountain, Fulbe-Rimaibe; on plains near base of mountain; farming and herding; gardening (tobacco)
  • Derou Fulfulde hamlet in plains; farming and herding
  • Garmi Fulbe-Rimaibe village in two sections, one on the plains at the western base of la Main de Fatouma, the other nearby on the lower slopes; village formerly much higher up, on summit; farming and herding
  • Konna on main highway; distribution center for fish caught in nearby Niger R; mix of Fulbe, Fulbe-Rimaibe, and Marka, plus a few Dogon and Songhay
  • Kouna
  • Lenga hamlet; Fulbe-Rimaibe
  • Mbeba village, Fulbe
  • Serma hamlet; Fulbe-Rimaibe
  • Simbi village on main highway
  • Sougi Fulbe-Rimaibe village on plain
  • Touwa village in plains; Fulbe; farming and herding
  • Anga village on plateau among ravines and rock pools; originally settled by Fulbe from Dé and Amba in Tommo-So zone; extensive year-round gardens adjacent to village (mango, banana, sugar cane, cassava)
  • Boni large town just off highway, becoming cosmopolitan
  • Dala village at base of mountain; Fulbe and Fulbe-Rimaibe; farming and herding
  • Koni village, Fulbe-Rimaibe
  • Ogui village; now on flat plains at base of inselberg, formerly on lower slope of small inselberg
  • Paré village in sandy plains near Sevare, Diawombe (Fulbe sub-ethnicity specialized in commerce); Islamic school
  • Gai village; Fulbe-Rimaibe; base of inselberg; pottery
  • De village on flat plateau, mixed Fulbe-Dogon, mostly Fulfulde-speaking but with Dogon names, originally Fulbe
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