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Bangubangu is a Bantu dialect cluster spoken by the Bangubangu people of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The dialects are about 80% similar, apart from Hombo which is only 70% similar to the main dialect. It is possible that they are distinct languages. Christine Ahmed (1995) classifies the small Bangubangu of Mutingua apart from the rest, with the Luba rather than Hemba languages; this is presumably a Hombo dialect.
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[en] Bangubangu language

Language type : Living

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Following BCP 47 the recommended tag for this language is bnx.

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ISO 639-3 : bnx

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