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Bayot (Baiot, Baiote, Bayotte) is a language of southern Senegal, southwest of Ziguinchor in a group of villages near Nyassia, in northwestern Guinea-Bissau, along the Senegalese border, and in the Gambia. Bayot has traditionally been considered the most divergent Jola language, in the (geographic) Atlantic branch of the Niger–Congo language family. However, half of its vocabulary, including basic terms such as pronouns, are not Jola or even Atlantic, and may not be Niger–Congo, though grammatically it behaves as a typical Jola language. It is therefore often left unclassified pending further research. {{#invoke: Navbox | navbox }}
Source : DBpedia

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[br] Bayoteg
[de] Bayot
[en] Bayot language
[fr] Bayotte
[hr] Bayot

Language type : Living

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ISO 639-3 : bda

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