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Asụsụ Kongo

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Asụsụ Kongo
language family
obere ụdị nkeKongo-Yaka-Sira Dezie

Asụsụ Kongo bụ otu n'ime Asụsụ Bantu, nke a na-akpọ Zone H.10 na nhazi Guthrie, nke ndị Bakongo na-asụ:

Beembe (Pangwa, Doondo, Kamba, Hangala), Ndingi, Kunyi, Mboka, Kongo, Western Kongo, Laari (Laadi), Vili, Yombe, Suundi

Asụsụ

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Glottolog, nke dabeere na Koen Bostoen (2018, 2019),[1][2][3] kewara asụsụ iri abụọ na abụọ nke asụsụ Kongo dị ka ndị a:

  • Ìgwè asụsụ Kikongo
    • Hungan-Samba: Hungan, Samba
    • Ìgwè nuklia
      • Yaka-Suku: Suku, Yaka-Pelende-Lonzo
      • "Kikongoic"
        • Beembe
        • Kikongo nke Kambakunyik
          • Kamba-Kunyi: Kaamba, Kunyi
          • Kikongo nke Kilaadic
            • Nuclear Northern Kikongo: Doondo, Laari, Suundi
            • Central-Southern Kikongo
              • Ndịda Ọwụwa Anyanwụ Kikongo
              • Ebe Ọdịda Anyanwụ Kikongo


Ndị kacha nso na Mbuun, Ngongo na Nsong-Mpiin.

Edensibia

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  1. Bostoen (2018). "Seventeenth-century Kikongo is not the ancestor of present-day Kikongo", in Bostoen: The Kongo kingdom: the origins, dynamics and cosmopolitan culture of an African polity. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 60–102. 
  2. Bostoen (2018). "Langues et évolution linguistique dans le royaume et l’aire kongo", in Clist: Une archéologie des provinces septentrionales du royaume Kongo. Oxford: Archaeopress, 51–55. 
  3. Pacchiarotti (2019). "Untangling the West-Coastal Bantu mess: identification, geography and phylogeny of the Bantu B50-80 languages". Africana Linguistica 21: 87–162. 

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