Chaga, also Kichaga or Kichagga, is a Bantu dialect continuum spoken by the Chaga people of northern Tanzania, south of Mount Kilimanjaro. They also speak 9 different dialects which are Kivunjo, Kimarangu, Kirombo, Kimachame, Kisiha, Kikibosho, Kiuru, Kioldimoshi and Kingassa.
The Chaga languages are,
- West Kilimanjaro (West Chaga), including Meru and Machame
- Central Kilimanjaro (Central Chaga), including Mochi (Old Moshi) and Wunjo
- Rusha (Arusha-Chini)
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