|Ivory Coast, Ghana, Burkina Faso|
The languages distinguished by Ethnologue are:
- Bondoukou Kulango (100,000 speakers in Ivory Coast and Ghana),
- Bouna Kulango (160,000 speakers in Ivory Coast and Ghana),
- Lomakka (a.k.a. Loma; 8000 speakers),
- Téén (a.k.a. Lorhon, Loghon; 8000 speakers in Ivory Coast and Burkina Faso,
which are not mutually intelligible. According to Ethnologue, Lomakka is closer to Bondoukou Kulango than Téén is, and Téén is closer to Lomakka and Bouna Kulango than it is to Bondoukou Kulango.
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