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Not to be confused with Birgit language.
Birgid (also known as Birked, Birguid, Birkit, Birqed, Kajjara, Murgi) is an extinct Nubian language that was spoken in western Sudan. Thelwall mentions his last contact to old speakers of Birgid in 1972.
- Robin A. Thelwall (1977) 'Birgid vocabulary list and its links with Daju' in Ganslmayr, H. & H. Jungraithmayr (Ed), Gedenkschrift für Gustav Nachtigall 1874-1974, Bremen: Übersee-Museum., pp. 197–210
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