Languages of Tanzania
Tanzania is a multilingual country. There are many languages spoken in the country, but no one language is spoken natively by a majority or a large plurality of the population. The Bantu Swahili langu...
Languages of Tanzania - Wikipedia
Luo languages
The dozen Luo (Lwo) AKA Lwoian languages are spoken by the Luo peoples in an area ranging from southern Sudan to southern Kenya, with Dholuo extending into northern Tanzania and Alur into the Democrat...
Swahili may refer to:
Swahili language
The Swahili language, also known as Kiswahili, is a Bantu language and the first language of the Swahili people. It is a lingua franca of the African Great Lakes region and other parts of Southeast Af...
Swahili language - Wikipedia
Matumbi language
Matuumbi, also known as Kimatumbi, is a language spoken in Tanzania in the Kipatimu region of the Kilwa District, south of the Rufiji river. It is a Bantu language, P13 in Guthrie's classification. Ki...
Sumbwa language
Sumbwa is a Bantu language of Tanzania. It was once thought to be close to Sukuma, but that now appears to be a regional effect.
Shambala language
Shambala or Shambaa is a Bantu language of Tanzania.
Shambala, also Kishambala, (ki)Sambaa, (ki)Shambaa is spoken by the Shambaa in the Usambara mountains in the Lushoto District and Muheza Distri...
Rajendra Shukla
Rajendra Shukla (born 1942) is a Gujarati poet. He was born in 1942 in Junagadh, educated at L. D. Arts College in Ahmedabad and then taught at various institutions until 1982. He has been influenced ...
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Wanda language
Wanda (Vanda) is a Bantu language of Tanzania.
Nyiha language
Nyiha (Nyixa, Nyika) is a Bantu language primarily spoken in Tanzania and Zambia. The language of the 10,000 speakers in Malawi is different enough to sometimes be considered a distinct language.
Ndorobo language
Ndorobo language may refer to several languages in Tanzania:
Alagwa language
Alagwa is a Cushitic language spoken in Tanzania in the Dodoma region. Some Alagwa have shifted to other languages such as Sandawe.
Alagwa sentences have a generalized order [Subject X Auxiliary Y...
Kwavi dialect
Kwavi is the dialect of Maasai spoken by the Kwavi people (AKA Parakuyo or Baraguyu) of Tanzania. According to Hurskainen (1994), "The Parakuyo (earlier also called Ilparakuyo, Baraguyu, Kwavi, Lumbw...
Ngulu language
Ngulu is a Bantu language spoken in east-central Tanzania. In 1987 the Ngulu-speaking population was estimated to number 132,000 [1]. The Ngulu language is also called Geja, Kingulu, Nguru, Nguu, or W...
Lambya language
Lambya (Rambia) is a Bantu language of Tanzania and Malawi.Sukwa, once thought to be a dialect of Nyakyusa, is a dialect of Lambya (Nurse 1988, Fourshey 2002).
Mwera language
Mwera is a Bantu language of Tanzania.
Malila language
Malila is a Bantu language of Tanzania.
Kwere language
Ngh’wele, or Kwere, is a Bantu language of the Morogoro and Dodoma regions of Tanzania.
Makhuwa language
The Makhuwa language, Emakhuwa (also spelled Makua and Macua) is the primary Bantu language of northern Mozambique. It is spoken by 4 million Makua people, who live north of the Zambezi River, particu...
Mwani language
The Mwani language, or Kimwani (pronounced [kiˈmwani]), is spoken on the coast of the Cabo Delgado Province of Mozambique, including the Quirimbas Islands. Although it shares high lexical similarity (...
Mwani language - Wikipedia
Mwanga language
Mwanga, or Namwanga, is a Bantu language spoken by the Namwanga in the Northern Province of Zambia (mainly in the districts of Isoka and Nakonde) and in Mbeya Region, Tanzania. In 1993 the Namwanga po...
Luguru language
Luguru is a Bantu language spoken by the Luguru people of the Morogoro region of Tanzania. The name is also spelled Lughuru, Lugulu, Ruguru. It is closely related to Gogo and Zaramo, but is not intell...
Kimbu language
Kimbu is a Bantu language of Tanzania.
Nindi language
Nindi is a minor Bantu language of Tanzania. Classified as Bantu N.10 by Guthrie and said to be close to Ndendeule, it is presumably one of the Rufiji–Ruvuma languages with the rest of the N.10 group....
Nilotic languages
The Nilotic languages are a group of Eastern Sudanic languages spoken across a wide area between southern Sudan and Tanzania by the Nilotic peoples, who traditionally practice cattle-herding. The lan...
Nilotic languages - Wikipedia