|Region||Cross River State|
|(13,000 cited 1986)|
Abanyom, or Bakor, is a language of the Ekoid subfamily of Niger–Congo. It is spoken by the Abanyom people in the Cross River State region of Nigeria. A member of the Southern Bantoid group, Abanyom is fairly closely related to the Bantu languages. It is tonal and has a typical Niger–Congo noun class system.
- Asinya, O.E. 1987. A reconstruction of the Segmental phonology of Bakor (an Ekoid Bantu language). M.A. Linguistics, University of Port Harcourt
- Abanyom basic lexicon at the Global Lexicostatistical Database
- Listen to a sample of Abanyom from Global Recordings Network
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