Amba language (Bantu)
|Native to||Uganda, DR Congo|
|Native to||DR Congo|
|ISO 639-3||None (|
Amba (also spelled Bulebule, Hamba, Humu, Kihumu, Ku-Amba, Kuamba, Lubulebule, Lwamba, Ruwenzori Kibira, and Rwamba) is a language spoken in parts of Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo by the Amba people. The Amba people call it Kwamba and it is known as Kihumu in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Amba has a 70% lexical similarity with Bera. Dialects include Kyanzi (Kihyanzi) and Suwa (Kusuwa).
Note: The Guthrie classification is geographic and its groupings do not imply a relationship between the languages within them.
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