The Northeast Bantu languages are a group of Bantu languages spoken in East Africa. In Guthrie's geographic classification, they fall within Bantu zones E50 plus E46 (Sonjo), E60 plus E74a (Taita), F21–22, J, G60, plus Northeast Coast Bantu (of zones E & G). Some of these languages (F21, most of E50, and some of J) share a phonological innovation called Dahl's Law that is unlikely to be borrowed as a productive process, though individual words reflecting Dahl's Law have been borrowed into neighboring languages. The languages, or clusters, are:

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  • Las lenguas bantúes nororientales son un grupo de lenguas bantúes de África Oriental que comparten la isoglosa conocida como ley de Dahl que seguramente es una retención arcaica. En la clasificación de Guthrie de las lenguas bantúes, estas lenguas están dibidadas entre las zonas E50, E46, E60, E74a, F21-22, J, G60, más el bantú de noroeste de la costa (de las zonas E y G) En la clasificación más moderna constituirían un grupo filogenético. (es)
  • The Northeast Bantu languages are a group of Bantu languages spoken in East Africa. In Guthrie's geographic classification, they fall within Bantu zones E50 plus E46 (Sonjo), E60 plus E74a (Taita), F21–22, J, G60, plus Northeast Coast Bantu (of zones E & G). Some of these languages (F21, most of E50, and some of J) share a phonological innovation called Dahl's Law that is unlikely to be borrowed as a productive process, though individual words reflecting Dahl's Law have been borrowed into neighboring languages. The languages, or clusters, are: * Kikuyu–Kamba AKA Thagiicu (primarily E50): * Sonjo (E40) * Cuka * Meru (incl. Tharaka, Mwimbi-Muthambi) * South * Kamba, Daisu * Gikuyu, Embu * Chaga–Taita * Taita (Dawida; E70) – Sagalla * Chaga languages (E60) * Northeast Coast Bantu: Swahili, etc. * Takama: Sukuma–Nyamwezi, Kimbu (F20), Iramba–Isanzu, Nyaturu (Rimi) (F30), ?Holoholo–Tumbwe–Lumbwe (D20) * Great Lakes Bantu (zone J): Rwanda-Rundi, Ganda, etc. * Bena–Kinga (G60): Sangu, Hehe, Bena, Pangwa, Kinga, Wanji, Kisi, ?Manda (N10) (en)
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  • Northeast Savanna Bantu
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  • Niger-Congo
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  • Nyaturu–Nilamba
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  • Northeast Savanna Bantu
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  • Northeast Bantu
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  • Las lenguas bantúes nororientales son un grupo de lenguas bantúes de África Oriental que comparten la isoglosa conocida como ley de Dahl que seguramente es una retención arcaica. En la clasificación de Guthrie de las lenguas bantúes, estas lenguas están dibidadas entre las zonas E50, E46, E60, E74a, F21-22, J, G60, más el bantú de noroeste de la costa (de las zonas E y G) En la clasificación más moderna constituirían un grupo filogenético. (es)
  • The Northeast Bantu languages are a group of Bantu languages spoken in East Africa. In Guthrie's geographic classification, they fall within Bantu zones E50 plus E46 (Sonjo), E60 plus E74a (Taita), F21–22, J, G60, plus Northeast Coast Bantu (of zones E & G). Some of these languages (F21, most of E50, and some of J) share a phonological innovation called Dahl's Law that is unlikely to be borrowed as a productive process, though individual words reflecting Dahl's Law have been borrowed into neighboring languages. The languages, or clusters, are: (en)
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  • Northeast Bantu languages (en)
  • Lenguas bantúes nororientales (es)
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