Viti (Biti) or Vötö (Bötö), also known as Nde-Gbite, is a Narrow Grassfields language of Nigeria, spoken in the village of Antere in Taraba State, Nigeria, half a kilometer from the Cameroonian border. It is not clear how close or distinct it is from other Grassfields varieties.

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  • Viti (Biti) or Vötö (Bötö), also known as Nde-Gbite, is a Narrow Grassfields language of Nigeria, spoken in the village of Antere in Taraba State, Nigeria, half a kilometer from the Cameroonian border. It is not clear how close or distinct it is from other Grassfields varieties. (en)
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  • Narrow
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  • Niger-Congo
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  • Viti
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  • Taraba
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  • Viti (Biti) or Vötö (Bötö), also known as Nde-Gbite, is a Narrow Grassfields language of Nigeria, spoken in the village of Antere in Taraba State, Nigeria, half a kilometer from the Cameroonian border. It is not clear how close or distinct it is from other Grassfields varieties. (en)
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  • Viti language (en)
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  • Viti (en)
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