Mankon is a Grassfields Bantu language spoken in Cameroon. It is closely related to Mundum and Mendankwe-Nkwen. Along with Mundum, it is called Ngemba. There are several distinct dialects: Mankunge (Ngemba), Nsongwa (Songwa, Bangwa), Shomba (Chomba, Bamechom), Mbutu (Bambutu), Njong (Banjong), Bagangu (Akum), and Alatening.

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  • Mankon is a Grassfields Bantu language spoken in Cameroon. It is closely related to Mundum and Mendankwe-Nkwen. Along with Mundum, it is called Ngemba. There are several distinct dialects: Mankunge (Ngemba), Nsongwa (Songwa, Bangwa), Shomba (Chomba, Bamechom), Mbutu (Bambutu), Njong (Banjong), Bagangu (Akum), and Alatening. (en)
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  • Mankon is a Grassfields Bantu language spoken in Cameroon. It is closely related to Mundum and Mendankwe-Nkwen. Along with Mundum, it is called Ngemba. There are several distinct dialects: Mankunge (Ngemba), Nsongwa (Songwa, Bangwa), Shomba (Chomba, Bamechom), Mbutu (Bambutu), Njong (Banjong), Bagangu (Akum), and Alatening. (en)
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  • Mankon language (en)
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  • Mankon (en)
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