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The Kaba languages, sometimes called Sara Kaba but not to be confused with the Sara languages, comprise half a dozen languages of Chadmarker and the Central African Republicmarker. They are members of the Central Sudanic language family.

The most populous Kaba languages are Kaba Deme and Kaba Na, spoken by about forty thousand people apiece. Others are Kabba proper (Sara Kaba), Kaba/Sara Dunjo, and Kulfa (Kaba So, Kurmi).

There are numerous languages called "Kaba", some of which, such as the Kaba of Goze, are Sara languages, not Kaba languages. Conversely, the Kaba languages often go under the name "Sara".

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