Cameroon Languages.

Cameroon Language

Cameroon Language Overview

Cameroon main languages and tribal dialects are (from A to G):

Abar

2,000 North West Province, Menchum Division, Wum Subdivision, Missong is center, with Munken, Abar, Ngun (Ngwen) and Za’ (Zak or Biya) villages.

Alternate Africa Cameroon language names: Mijong, Missong.

Afade

5,000 in Cameroon. Far North Province, Logone-and-Chari Division, south Makari Subdivision, Afade area.

Alternate Cameroon Africa language name: Afadeh, Affade.

Aghem

26,700. North West Province, Menchum Division, Wum Central Subdivision, Wum area.

Alternate Africa Cameroon Africa language name: Wum, Yum.

Akoose

100,000. South West Province, Kupe-Muanenguba Division, Bangem and Tombel Subdivisions; Littoral Province, Moungo Division, Manjo Subdivision.

Alternate Africa Cameroon languages name: Akosi, Bakossi, Bekoose, Koose, Kosi, Nkoosi, Nkosi.

Akum

1,400 in Cameroon. Nigeria border area, North West Province, Menchum Division, Furu-Awa Subdivision, Akum village. Also in Nigeria.

Alternate Africa Cameroon languages name: Anyar, Okum.

Ambele

2,600. North West Province, Momo Division, west Widikum-Menka Subdivision. About 11 villages.

Arabic, Shuwa

75,000 in Cameroon. Far North Province, Mayo-Sava, Diamare, Mayo-Danay, and Logone-and-Chari divisions; mostly between Lake Chad and Kousseri, with pockets south of Kousseri.

Alternate Africa Cameroon languages name: Arabe Choa, Chadian Spoken Arabic, Choa, Shoa Arabic, Shoa, Shua.

Atong

4,200. Northwest Province, Momo Division, extreme northwest Widikum-Menka Subdivision. 5 villages.

Alternate Africa Cameroon languages name: Etoh.

Awing

19,000. North West Province, Mezam Division, Awing-Bambaluwe village.

Alternate Africa Cameroon language names: Awi, Bambuluwe, Mbwe’wi.

Baba

24,500 (2005 SIL). North West Province, Ngo Ketunjia Division, Babessi Subdivision, east of Ndop on Ndop Plain.

Alternate Africa Cameroon languages names: Baba 1, Bapa, Bapakum, Papia, Supapya’.

Babanki

22,500. North West Province, Mezam Division, Tuba Subdivision, villages of Kejom-Ketingo and Kejom-Keku.

Alternate Africa Cameroon languages names:Finge, Kedjom, Kejeng, Kejom, Kidzem, Kidzom.

Bafanji

17,000. North West Province, Ngo-Ketunjia Division, south of Ndop on Ndop Plain.

Alternate Africa Cameroon languages names: Bafangi, Bafanyi, Chuufi, Nchufie.

Bafaw-Balong

8,400. South West Province, Meme Division, north of Kumba along Kumba-Mamfe Road and southeast of Ekondo-Titi; Littoral Province, Moungo Division.

Alternate Africa Cameroon languages name: Ngoe.

Bafia

60,000. Center Province, Mbam and Inoubou Division, Bafia Subdivision.

Alternate Africa Cameroon languages names: Bekpak, Rikpa, Rikpa’, Ripey.

Bafut

105,000 (2005). North West Province, Mezam Division, Tuba Subdivision, Bafut.

Alternate Africa Cameroon languages names: Befe, Bufe, Fu, Fut.

Baka

40,000 in Cameroon (2007). 15,000 monolinguals, mainly women. Population total all countries: 43,200. Ethnic population: 40,000. Scattered in southeast East Province: Boumba and Ngoko, Kadey, and Upper Nyong divisions; South Province, Dja and Lobo divisions. Also in Gabon.

Alternate Africa Cameroon languages names: Babinga, Bebayaga, Bebayaka, Bibaya, de L’est, Pygmee, Pygmees, Pygmy-E.

Bakaka

30,000. Littoral Province, Moungo Division, Nlonako, Manjo, west Loum, and south Nkongsamba Subdivisions.

Alternate Africa Cameroon languages names: Central Mbo.

Bakoko

50,000 (1982 SIL). Littoral Province, scattered communities: Wouri Division, south of Douala; Moungo Division, south of Dibombari; Nkam Division, Nkondjok area; Sanaga-Maritime Division, southwest of Edea; South Province, northwest Ocean Division.

Alternate Cameroon Africa language names: Basoo.

Bakole

300. South West Province, Ndian Division, south of Meme estuary, Bamusso area.

Alternate Cameroon Africa languages names: Bakolle, Bamusso, Kole. Dialects:Intelligibility of Mokpwe [bri].

Baldemu

4. Far North Province, Diamare Division, Bogo, Balda, and Guingley are east of Maroua; Lara is south of Maroua.

Alternate Africa Cameroon languages names:Baldamu, Baldare, Mbazla.

Balo

2,230. South West Province, Manyu Division, Akwaya Subdivision.Dialects: Lexical similarity: 60% with Osatu [ost], 40% with Ipulo [ass] and Caka [ckx], 35% with Esimbi [ags] and Mesaka [iyo].

Bamali

10,800. North West Province, Ngo-Ketunjia Division, Ndop Subdivision, south of Ndop.

Alternate Africa Cameroon languages names: Chopechop, Ngoobechop. Dialects: Related to Bafanji [bfj], Bamenyam [bce], Bambalang [bmo], Bangolan [bgj].

Bambalang

29,000. North West Province, Ngo-Ketunjia Division, Ndop Subdivision, southeast of Ndop.

Alternate Africa Cameroon languages names: Bambolang, Mboyakum, Tshirambo.

Bambili-Bambui

10,000. North West Province, Mezam Division, Tuba Subdivision, along Ring Road, east of Bamenda, Bambili, and Bambui villages.

Alternate Cameroon Africa languages names: Bambili.

Bamenyam

4,000. West Province, Bamboutos Division, northwest Galim Subdivision, Bamenyam area; North West Province, southeast Mezam Division.

Alternate Cameroon Africa language names: Bamenyan, Mamenyan, Mengambo, Pamenyan.

Bamukumbit

12,000 (2008). North West Province, Ngo-Ketunjia Division, Balikumbat Subdivision, southwest of Ndop on Ndop Plain, Bamukumbit village.

Alternate Africa Cameroon language names: Bamenkombit, Bamenkoumbit, Bamoukoumbit, Bamunkum, Mangkong.

Bamun

215,000. West Province, most of Noun Division, Foumban area; extreme north Mifi Division; extreme southeast Bamboutos Division.

Alternate Africa Cameroon language names: Bamoum, Bamoun, Bamum, Shupamem.

Bamunka

31,000. North West Province, Ngo Ketunjia Division, Ndop Subdivision, Bamunka village area.

Alternate Africa Cameroon languages names: Bamunkun, Mbika, Muka, Ndop-Bamunka, Ngiemekohke, Niemeng.

Bana

23,000. 14,000 Gamboura and 9,000 Guili. On Nigeria border, Far North Province, Mayo-Tsanaga Division, Bourrah Subdivision, north and northeast of Bourrah.

Alternate Cameroon Africa language names: Baza, Ka-Bana, Koma, Mizeran, Parole des Bana.

Bangandu

2,700 in Cameroon. East Province, Boumba and Ngoko Division, Moloundou Subdivision. Also in Congo.

Alternate Cameroon Africa language names:Bagando, Bangando, Bangantu, Southern Bangantu.

Bangolan

13,500 . North West Province, Ngo-Ketunjia Division, Babessi Subdivision, east of Ndop and south of Jakiri.

Bankon

12,000. Littoral Province, Moungo Division, north of Douala and west of Wouri River, and Dibombari.

Alternate Cameroon Africa languages names: Abaw, Abo, Bo, Bon. Dialects: Lexical similarity: 86% with Barombi [bbi].

Barombi

3,000. South West Province, Meme Division, north of Mount Cameroon around Lake Barombi-Koto and west of Kumba around Lake Barombi-Mbo; and Ndian Division, northeast of Ekondo-Titi.

Alternate Cameroon Africa language names:Balombi, Barumbi, Lambi, Lombe, Lombi, Rambi, Rombi.

Basaa

230,000. Center Province, spread throughout Nyong-and-Kelle Division; Littoral Province, Nkam and Sanaga-Maritime divisions.

Alternate Cameroon Africa language names: Basa, Bassa, Bicek, Bikyek, Bisaa, Mbele, Mee, Mvele, Northern Mbene, Tupen.

Bassossi

5,000 . South West Province, Kupe-Muanenguba Division, central part of Nguti Subdivision, Nguti town and east and south.

Alternate Cameroon Africa language names: Asobse, Basosi, Basossi, Ngen, Nsose, Nswase, Nswose, Sosi, Swose.

Bata

2,500 in Cameroon. North Province, Benoue Division, along Nigeria border (30 km northeast of Garoua), along Benoue River, west of Garoua and along a section of Faro River.

Alternate Cameroon Africa language names: Batta, Dii, Gbwata, Gwate.

Batanga

6,000 in Cameroon. South Province, Ocean Division, Kribi area, scattered along the coast.

Alternate Cameroon Africa languages names: Bano’o, Banoho, Banoo, Noho, Noku.

Bativ

800. Littoral Province, Sanaga-Maritime Division, Ndom Subdivision, Bati Canton. 4 villages.

Alternate Cameroon Africa language names: Bati Ba Ngong, Bati de Brousse.

Beba

3,000. South West Province, Manyu Division, Akwaya Subdivision; North West Province, Mezam Division, Benakuma Subdivision.

Alternate Cameroon Africa language names: Baba’zhi, Babadji, Batadji, Bazhi, Beba’, Bebadji, Biba, Bombe, Mubadji, Shishong.

Bebe

2,500. North West Province, Donga-Mantung Division, Misaje Subdivision, west of Nkambe and north of Ring Road, Bebe-Jama and Bebe-Jatto villages.

Alternate Cameroon Africa languages names: Yi Be Wu.

Bebele

24,000. Center Province, Upper Sanaga Division, Minta Subdivision; East Province, Lom-and Djerem Division, Diang Subdivision.

Alternate Africa Cameroon languages names: Bamvele.

Bebil

6,000. East Province, Lom-and-Djerem Division, Belabo Subdivision, Belabo area.

Alternate Africa Cameroon languages names: Bobilis, Gbigbil.

Beezen

450. North West Province, Menchum Division, Furu-Awa Subdivision, Kpep (Beezen) village.

Befang

2,980. North West Province, straddling Mezam Division, Tuba Subdivision and Menchum Division, Wum Subdivision, around Befang.

Alternate Cameroon Africa languages names: Beba-Befang, Biba-Bifang, Bifang, Menchum.

Bekwil

East Province, Boumba-and-Ngoko Division, along Ngoko River north side, Moloundou area.

Alternate Africa Cameroon languages names: Bakwele, Bakwil, Bekwel, Okpele.

Beti

2,000,000. Fang, Ewondo, Bulu, Mengisa, etc. Major part of Center and South provinces; East Province, Lom-and-Djerem and Upper Nyong divisions.

Bikya

1. North West Province, Menchum Division, Furu-Awa Subdivision, Furubana village.

Alternate Africa Cameroon languages names: Furu.

Bishuo

1 . North West Province, Menchum Division, Furu-Awa Subdivision, Ntjieka, Furu-Turuwa, and Furu-Sambari villages.

Alternate Cameroon Africa language names: Biyam, Furu.

Bitare

6,030 in Cameroon. Adamawa Province, Mayo-Banyo Division, near Banyo.

Alternate Cameroon Africa languages names: Njwande, Yukutare.

Bokyi

3,700 in Cameroon. South West Province, Manyu Division, Akwaya Subdivision, along Nigeria border northwest of Mamfe.

Alternate Cameroon Africa languages names: Boki, Byoki, Nfua, Nki, Okii, Osikom, Osukam, Uki, Vaaneroki.

Bomwali

6,080 in Cameroon. East of Moloundou, Malapa village.

Alternate Cameroon Africa languages names: Bomali, Boumoali, Bumali, Lino, “Sangasanga”.

Bonkeng

2,980. Littoral Province, Moungo Division, Loum Subdivision.

Alternate Cameroon Africa languages names: Bongken, Bonkeng-Pendia, Bonkenge.

Braille

thought in specialized school for the blind (well over 15,630 blinds in Cameroon).

Bubia

600. South West Province, Fako Division, Limbe Subdivision.

Alternate Cameroon Africa languages names: Bobe, Bobea, Bota, Ewota, Wovea.

Buduma

200 in Cameroon. Far North Province, Logone and Chari Division, islands of Lake Chad.

Alternate Africa Cameroon languages names: Boudouma, Yadena, Yedima, Yedina.

Bulu

858,000. South Province, entire Ntem and Dja-and-Lobo divisions; south Upper Sanaga Division; Center Province, north Nyong-and-Mfoumou Division; East Province, part of Upper Nyong Division.

Alternate Africa Cameroon languages names:Boulou.

Bum

21,400. North West Province, Boyo Division, Bum Subdivision, mainly Fonfuka village.


Alternate Cameroon Africa language names: Bom.

Bung

3. Near the Kwanja [knp]. Dialects: It may have been a form of Kwanja.

Busam

1,490. North West Province, Momo Division, Batibo Subdivision, Bifang, Ambambo, and Dinku villages.

Busuu

8. North West Province, Menchum Division, Furu-Awa Subdivision, Furu-Awa and Furu-Nangwa villages.

Alternate Cameroon Africa language names: Awa, Furu.

Buwal

7,000. Far North Province, Mayo-Tsanaga Division, Mokolo Subdivision, Gadala area, south of Mokolo.

Alternate Cameroon Africa language names: Bual, Gadala, Ma Buwal.

Byep

9,500. East Province, north Upper Nyong Division, Messamena, Abong-Mbang, Doume, Nguelemendouka subdivisions; Lom and Djerem Division, east Diang Subdivision, west of Bertoua.


Alternate Cameroon Africa language names:Maka, Makya, Meka, Mekae, Mekay, Mekey, Mekye, Mika, Moka, North Makaa.

Caka

5,000. South West Province, Manyu Division, Akwaya Subdivision, Asaka, Basaka and Batanga villages.

Cung

2,000. North West Province, Menchum Division, west of Nkambe, northeast of Wum.

Cuvok

5,000. Far North Province, Mayo-Tsanaga Division, Mokolo Subdivision, Tchouvok area, Matakam South Canton, near Zamay.


Alternate Cameroon Africa language names: Tchouvok.

Daba

24,000 in Cameroon. Population total all countries: 25,000. North Province, Mayo-Louti Division, northwest of Guider in Mayo-Oulo and Guider subdivisions; Far North Province, Mayo-Tsanaga Division, Hina and Bourrah subdivisions. Also in Nigeria.


Alternate Cameroon Africa language names: Dabba.

Dama

50. North Province, Benoue Division, Rey-Bouba Subdivision, a small group.

Dek

2,980. North Province.

Denya

11,200. South West Province, Manyu Division, central and south Akwaya Subdivision; north Mamfe Central Subdivision. Partially in Takamanda Forest Reserve.

Alternate Cameroon Africa language names: Agnang, Anyah, Anyan, Anyang, Eyan, Nyang, Obonya, Takamanda.

Dii

47,000. North Province, Mayo-Rey Division, Tchollire Subdivision; Adamawa Province, Vina Division, Ngaoundere Subdivision, north and east of Ngaoundere.

Alternate Africa Cameroon Africa language names: Dourou, Durru, Duru, Nyag Dii, Yag Dii, Zaa.

Dimbong

140. Ethnic population: 50,000. Center Province, Mbam Division, northwest of Bafia. 2 villages.

Alternate Africa Cameroon language names: Bape, Bumbong, Kaalong, Kalong, Lakaalong, Lambong, Mbong, Palong.

Doyayo

18,000. North Province, Benoue Division, north Poli Subdivision and Poli area.


Alternate Africa Cameroon language names: Doayo, Donyanyo, Donyayo, Doohyaayo, Doowaayo, Dooyaayo, Dooyayo, Dowayayo, Dowayo, Doyaayo, Doyau, “Namchi” , “Namci” , “Namshi” , Nomai, Tunga, Tungbo, Tuuno.

Duala

87,700. Littoral Province, Nkam Division, toward Yabassi and along Wouri River; Moungo Division, Dibombari area; Wouri Division, Cameroon estuary area; South West Province, Fako Division, both sides of Mungo River.

Alternate Africa Cameroon language names: Diwala, Douala, Dualla, Dwala, Dwela.

Dugun

7,000. North Province, Faro Division, Poli Subdivision, southeast of Poli.

Alternate Africa Cameroon language names: Pa’non, Pani, Panon, Pape, Saa.

Dugwor

5,000. Far North Province, Diamare Division, Meri Subdivision, west of Tchere Canton between Maroua and Meri, in 6 villages.

Alternate Africa Cameroon language names: Dougour, Memekere, Mofu-Dugwor, Tchakidjebe.

Duli

Extinct. North Province, Benoue Division, near Pitoa.

Alternate Africa Cameroon language names:Dui.

Duupa

5,000. North Province, Faro and Benoue divisions, East of Poli.

Alternate Africa Cameroon language names: Doupa, Dupa, Nduupa, Saa.

Dzodinka

2,600 in Cameroon. North West Province, Donga-Mantung Division, extreme north Nwa Subdivision, Adere village. Also in Nigeria.

Alternate Africa Cameroon language names: Adere, Adiri, Arderi, Dzodzinka.

Ejagham

49,400 in Cameroon (2000). South West Province, Manyu Division, Eyumodjok Subdivision; south Mamfe Subdivision west of Mamfe.

Alternate Africa Cameroon language names: Edjagam, Ejagam, Ejaham, Ejwe, Ekoi, Etung, Keaka, Kwa, Obang.

Elip

6,400. Center Province, Mbam Division, Elip Canton, southeast of Bokito toward Mbam and Sanaga rivers, Yambasa.

Alternate Africa Cameroon language names: Belibi, Belip, Central Yambassa, Libie, Nulibie.

Eman

800. South West Province, Manyu Division, Akwaya Subdivision, Amayo, Amanavil, Akalabo, and Akalam Gomo towns.

Alternate Africa Cameroon language names: Emane.

English

Mainly South West and North West provinces.

Esimbi

20,000 in Cameroon. North West Province, Menchum Division, Menchum Valley Subdivision, from Benakuma into Nigeria. Also in Nigeria.

Alternate Africa Cameroon language names: Aage, Age, Bogue, Essimbi, Isimbi, Mburugam, Simpi.

Eton

52,000. Center Province, most of Lekie Division.

Alternate Africa Cameroon language names: Iton.

Evant

1,000 in Cameroon. South West Province, Manyu Division, Akwaya Subdivision, Atolo and Matene I villages.


Alternate Africa Cameroon language names: Avand, Avande, Balegete, Belegete, Evand, Ovand, Ovande, Ovando.

Ewondo

578,000. Center Province, all except the east Mefou Division; Mfoundi and Nyong-and-So divisions; south Nyong-and-Mfoumou Division; South Province, north Ocean Division.


Alternate Africa Cameroon language names: Ewundu, Jaunde, Yaounde, Yaunde.

Fali, North

16,000 . North Province, Mayo-Louti Division, Mayo-Oulo Subdivision, Dourbeye and Mayo-Oulo area.

Fali, South

20,000. Hossere Bapara area, Tsolaram, Hossere Toro, and Ndoudja; North Province, Benoue Division, northeast of Garoua, Pitoa Subdivision, south of Dembo.

Fang

2,400. North West Province, Menchum Division, Wum Subdivision, northeast of Wum, Fang village.

Fang

121,000 in Cameroon. South Province, half of Dja-and-Lobo Division (south of Djoum); southeast Ntem Division (south of Mvangan); Ocean Division, between Lolodorf and Kribi.

Alternate Africa Cameroon language names: Pahouin, Pamue.

Fe’fe’

124,000. West Province, Upper Nkam Division (except Kekem area and small section in southeast corner); some in Mifi Division, Bangam.

Alternate Africa Cameroon language names: Bafang, Bamileke-Fe’fe’, Fe’efe’e, Feefee, Fefe, Fotouni, Nufi.

French

Used mainly in the Littoral, West, Center, South, East, Adamawa, North, and Far North provinces.

Fulfulde, Adamawa

669,000 in Cameroon. Possibly 13,000,000 speakers of all Fulfulde. Population total all countries: 919,600. Widespead in Far North, North and Adamawa provinces. Also in Chad, Nigeria, Sudan, United States.


Alternate Africa Cameroon language names: Adamawa Fulani, Biira, Boulbe, Domona, Dzemay, Eastern Fulani, Foulfoulde, Ful, Fula, Fulbe, Fulfulde, Gapelta, Palata, Paldena, Paldida, Pelta Hay, Peul, Peulh, Pladina, Pule, Pullo, Sanyo, Taareyo, Zaakosa, Zemay.

Fulfulde, Kano-Katsina-Bororro

North.

Alternate Africa Cameroon language names: Fulbe, Peul.

Gavar

7,000. Far North Province, Mayo-Tsanaga Division, Mokolo Subdivision, Mogode Canton, Gawar area, south of Mokolo. One group of Gavar Hossere lives among Gavar-Fulfulde, and another isolated in mountains around Kortchi village.

Alternate Africa Cameroon language names: Gauar, Gawar, Gouwar, Kortchi, Ma-Gavar, Rtchi.

Gbaya, Northwest

72,500 in Cameroon. Vast area: North Province, Mayo-Rey Division, south of Touboro; Adamawa Province, Mbere Division, Meiganga Subdivision; Djerem Division, Ngaoundal and Tibati Subdivisions; Faro and Deo Division, Tignere Subdivision; East Province, Lom and Djerem Division, Garoua Boulay, Betare-Oya, and Bertoua subdivisions; Kadey Division, Kette Subdivision; Boumba and Ngoko Division, Gari-Gombo Subdivision.

Alternate Africa Cameroon language names: Baya.

Gbaya-Mbodomo

20,000. East Province, Lom and Djerem Division, Bétaré-Oya Subdivision; Ngoura District. Dialects: Dooka.

Gey

No known speakers. Ethnic population: 1,900. North Province, Benoue Division, east of Pitoa.

Alternate Africa Cameroon language names: Gewe, Gueve.

Ghomálá’

260,000. West Province, most of Mifi Division (except extreme south and pockets north and west); Mifi Division, Bamendjou Subdivision; east Menoua Division; a pocket in south Bamboutos Division.

Alternate Africa Cameroon language names:Baloum, Bamileke-Bandjoun, Bandjoun, Banjoun-Baham, Banjun, Batie, Mahum, Mandju.

Gidar

54,000 in Cameroon. Population total all countries: 65,700. North Province, Mayo-Louti Division, Guider and Figuil subdivisions; Far North Province, a small section of Diamare Division. Also in Chad.

Alternate Africa Cameroon language names: Baynawa, Gidder, Guidar, Guider, Kada.

Gimme

3,000. North Province, Faro Division, on Saptou Plain, west of Poli along Nigeria border in Alantika Mountains.

Alternate Africa Cameroon language names: Koma Kompana, Kompana, Kompara, Panbe.

Gimnime

3,000. North Province, Faro Division, Wangay area in Alantika Mountains, northwest of Poli along Nigeria border.

Alternate Africa Cameroon language names: Gimbe, Kadam, Koma Kadam, Komlama, Laame, Yotubo.

Giziga, North

20,000. Far North Province, Diamare Division, Meri Subdivision, in Tchere and Mogazang massifs and Dogba plains, north and west of Maroua.

Alternate Africa Cameroon language names: Dogba, Gisiga, Gisika, Giziga de, Guiziga, Maroua, Marva, Mi Marva, Tchere.

Giziga, South

60,000. Far North Province, Diamare and Kaele divisions, in Diamare plains, southwest of Maroua.

Alternate Africa Cameroon language names: Gisiga, Gisika, Guiziga.

Glavda

2,800 in Cameroon. Far North Province, Mayo-Tsanaga Division, Koza Subdivision, on Nigeria Border, south of Ashigashia, Gelvaxdaxa village area.

Alternate Africa Cameroon language names: Galavda, Galvaxdaxa, Gelvaxdaxa, Guelebda, Vale.

Gude

28,000 in Cameroon. Far North Province, Mayo-Tsanaga Division, south Bourrah Subdivision, north and northwest of Dourbeye; North Province, Mayo-Louti Division, extreme north-west Mayo-Oulo Subdivision.

Alternate Africa Cameroon languages names:Cheke, Goude, Mapodi, Mocigin, Motchekin, Mubi, Mudaye, Shede, Tchade, Tcheke.

Gvoko

1,000 in Cameroon. Far North Province, Mayo-Tsanaga Division, Mokolo Subdivision, north of Tourou, Ngoshi village (different from Nggoshe).

Alternate Africa Cameroon languages names: Gavoko, Gevoko, Ghboko, Kuvoko, Ngoshe-Ndhang, Ngoshi, Ngossi.

Gyele

4,250 in Cameroon. Population total all countries: 4,279. South Province, Ocean Division, Kribi and Lolodorf subdivisions, Kribi forest area, and along Kribi to Lolodorf road. Also in Equatorial Guinea.

Alternate Africa Cameroon languages names: Babinga, Bagiele, Bagyele, Bajele, Bajeli, Bako, Bakola, Bakuele, Bekoe, Bogyel, Bogyeli, Bondjiel, Giele, Gieli, Gyeli, Likoya.


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