Yoruba lg

A language spoken in West Africa and most prominently South western Nigeria mainly by the ethnic Yoruba people, connected with the Santería religion and Candomblé, as well as many other Afro-American religions in the Americas and the Caribbean.

ISO 639-2 Code: yor

Family: Niger–Congo lgs / Atlantic–Congo lgs / Volta–Niger lgs / Yoruboid lgs

Vai lg

The Vai language, also called Vy or Gallinas, is a Mande language spoken by the Vai people, roughly 104,000 in Liberia, and by smaller populations, some 15,500, in Sierra Leone.[3]

ISO 639-2 Code: vai

Family: Niger–Congo lgs / Mande lgs

Swahili lg

(or Kiswahili) A Bantu language and the first language of the Swahili people, a lingua franca of the African Great Lakes region and other parts of eastern and south-eastern Africa.

ISO 639-2 Code: swa

Family: Niger–Congo lgs / Atlantic–Congo lgs / Benue–Congo lgs / Bantu lgs

Manding lgs

A dialect continuum of Mande languages spoken in West Africa including Bambara, the most widely spoken language in Mali; Mandinka, the main language of the Gambia; Maninka, or Malinké, a major language of Guinea; and Jula, a trade language of the northern Côte d’Ivoire and western Burkina Faso.

ISO 639-2 Code: man

Family: Niger–Congo lgs / Mande lgs / Manding lgs
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