- Not to be confused with the Songo (Nsong, Ntsuo) variety of Yansi.
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Songo (Nsongo) is a Bantu language of Angola. It is similar to North Mbundu, and is often considered a dialect of that language. However, this may be a regional influence; it's been proposed that Nsongo is closest to the Teke languages and their relatives (Nurse 2003).
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