The Leko–Nimbari or Chamba–Mumuye languages are a subgroup of the old Adamawa languages family (G2, G4, G5, G12), provisionally now a branch of the Savanna languages. They are spoken in northern Cameroon and eastern Nigeria. * The four Leko languages include Chamba Leko of the Chamba people, with about 60,000 speakers. * The dozen Duru languages include Vere, with over 100,000 speakers. * The dozen Mumuye–Yendang languages include Mumuye, with half a million speakers, and Yendang, with perhaps 100,000. * Nimbari, with only a hundred speakers, forms its own branch.

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  • Las lenguas leko-nimbari (también llamadas chamba-mumuye) son un subgrupo de la antigua clasificación Adamawa formada por los subgrupos G2, G4, G5 y G12 que recientemente se han reclasificado como parte de las lenguas sabánicas. Se hablan en el norte de Camerún y parte oriental de Nigeria. (es)
  • The Leko–Nimbari or Chamba–Mumuye languages are a subgroup of the old Adamawa languages family (G2, G4, G5, G12), provisionally now a branch of the Savanna languages. They are spoken in northern Cameroon and eastern Nigeria. * The four Leko languages include Chamba Leko of the Chamba people, with about 60,000 speakers. * The dozen Duru languages include Vere, with over 100,000 speakers. * The dozen Mumuye–Yendang languages include Mumuye, with half a million speakers, and Yendang, with perhaps 100,000. * Nimbari, with only a hundred speakers, forms its own branch. (en)
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  • Chamba–Mumuye
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  • Samba Duru – Mumuye Yendang
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  • Leko–Nimbari
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  • northern Cameroon, eastern Nigeria
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  • Las lenguas leko-nimbari (también llamadas chamba-mumuye) son un subgrupo de la antigua clasificación Adamawa formada por los subgrupos G2, G4, G5 y G12 que recientemente se han reclasificado como parte de las lenguas sabánicas. Se hablan en el norte de Camerún y parte oriental de Nigeria. (es)
  • The Leko–Nimbari or Chamba–Mumuye languages are a subgroup of the old Adamawa languages family (G2, G4, G5, G12), provisionally now a branch of the Savanna languages. They are spoken in northern Cameroon and eastern Nigeria. * The four Leko languages include Chamba Leko of the Chamba people, with about 60,000 speakers. * The dozen Duru languages include Vere, with over 100,000 speakers. * The dozen Mumuye–Yendang languages include Mumuye, with half a million speakers, and Yendang, with perhaps 100,000. * Nimbari, with only a hundred speakers, forms its own branch. (en)
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  • Lenguas leko-nimbari (es)
  • Leko–Nimbari languages (en)
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