Ewondo language

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Ewondo is the language of the Ewondo people of Cameroon. The language had 577,700 native speakers in 1982. Ewondo is a trade language. Dialects include Badjia (Bakjo), Bafeuk, Bamvele (Mvele, Yezum, Yesoum), Bane, Beti, Enoah, Evouzok, Fong, Mbida-Bani, Mvete, Mvog-Niengue, Omvang, Yabekolo (Yebekolo), Yabeka, and Yabekanga. Ewondo speakers live primarily in Cameroon's Centre Province and the northern part of the Océan division in the South Province.

Ewondo is a Bantu language. It is part of the Yaunde-Fang language group. It is intelligble with Bulu, Eton, and Fang.

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Ewondo language

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