Ngando language (Central African Republic)
|Native to||Central African Republic|
Ngando is a Bantu macrolanguage of the Central African Republic, and according to Glottolog includes the Kota/Dikota language [of Central African Republic, not to be confused with the Kota language of Gabon (iKota), or the Kota language of India (Kō mānt)], and the Dikuta language.
Maho (2009) lists Ngando proper and Kota as separate languages.
Note: The Guthrie classification is geographic and its groupings do not imply a relationship between the languages within them.
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