The Turu or Nyaturu language, Kinyaturu, also known as Rimi Kirimi, is a Bantu language of spoken by the Wanyaturu AKA Arimi of the Singida region of Tanzania. Excluding the Bantu language prefixes Ke- and Ki-, other spellings of the language are Limi and Remi. Dialects of the three Turu tribes are Girwana of the Airwana (Wilwana) in the north, Giahi of the Vahi (Wahi) in the south and west, and Ginyamunyinganyi of the Anyiŋanyi (Wanyinganyi) in the east.

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  • Język nyaturu albo remi – język z rodziny bantu, używany w Tanzanii, w 1971 roku liczba mówiących wynosiła ok. 182 tys. (pl)
  • Turu ou Nyaturu, Kinyaturu, às vezes também conhecida como Rimi ou Kirimi, é uma língua banta falada pelos Wanyaturu ou Arimi da região de Singida, na Tanzânia. Excluindo-se os prefixos Ke- e Ki- do banta, a língua ainda aparece referenciada como Limi e Remi. Tal língua inclui dialetos das três tribos Turu: Girwana dos Airwana (Wilwana) a norte, Giahi dos Vahi (Wahi) no sul e ocidente, e Ginyamunyinganyi dos Anyiŋanyi (Wanyinganyi) a oriente. (pt)
  • The Turu or Nyaturu language, Kinyaturu, also known as Rimi Kirimi, is a Bantu language of spoken by the Wanyaturu AKA Arimi of the Singida region of Tanzania. Excluding the Bantu language prefixes Ke- and Ki-, other spellings of the language are Limi and Remi. Dialects of the three Turu tribes are Girwana of the Airwana (Wilwana) in the north, Giahi of the Vahi (Wahi) in the south and west, and Ginyamunyinganyi of the Anyiŋanyi (Wanyinganyi) in the east. (en)
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  • Nyaturu
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  • Język nyaturu albo remi – język z rodziny bantu, używany w Tanzanii, w 1971 roku liczba mówiących wynosiła ok. 182 tys. (pl)
  • Turu ou Nyaturu, Kinyaturu, às vezes também conhecida como Rimi ou Kirimi, é uma língua banta falada pelos Wanyaturu ou Arimi da região de Singida, na Tanzânia. Excluindo-se os prefixos Ke- e Ki- do banta, a língua ainda aparece referenciada como Limi e Remi. Tal língua inclui dialetos das três tribos Turu: Girwana dos Airwana (Wilwana) a norte, Giahi dos Vahi (Wahi) no sul e ocidente, e Ginyamunyinganyi dos Anyiŋanyi (Wanyinganyi) a oriente. (pt)
  • The Turu or Nyaturu language, Kinyaturu, also known as Rimi Kirimi, is a Bantu language of spoken by the Wanyaturu AKA Arimi of the Singida region of Tanzania. Excluding the Bantu language prefixes Ke- and Ki-, other spellings of the language are Limi and Remi. Dialects of the three Turu tribes are Girwana of the Airwana (Wilwana) in the north, Giahi of the Vahi (Wahi) in the south and west, and Ginyamunyinganyi of the Anyiŋanyi (Wanyinganyi) in the east. (en)
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  • Język nyaturu (pl)
  • Língua turu (pt)
  • Turu language (en)
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  • Nyaturu (en)
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