The Bible in Ewe Revised Version / Biblia / Ewe Bible 062 Ewe is a Niger-Congo language spoken in Ghana, Togo and Benin by over five million people. Ewe is part of a cluster of related languages commonly called Gbe, spoken in southeastern Ghana and southern Togo. Other Gbe languages include Fon and Aja. Like other Gbe languages, Ewe is a tonal language. The German Africanist Diedrich Hermann Westermann published many dictionaries and grammars of Ewe and several other Gbe languages. Other linguists who have worked on Ewe and closely related languages include Gilbert Ansre (tone, syntax), Herbert Stahlke (morphology, tone), Nick Clements (tone, syntax), Roberto Pazzi (anthropology, lexicography), Felix K. Ameka (semantics, cognitive linguistics), Alan Stewart Duthie (semantics, phonetics), Hounkpati B. Capo (phonology, phonetics), Enoch Aboh (syntax), and Chris Collins (syntax).