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Taita, or Dawida, is a Bantu language of Kenya. It is closely related to the Chaga languages of Kenya and Tanzania. The Taveta (Dabida) dialect was once erroneously classified as close to Pare. The Sagala (Northern Sagala, Sagalla) variety is distinct enough to be considered a separate language.
Source : DBpedia

Names (more)

[ar] تيتا
[ca] taita
[cs] taita
[da] taita
[el] Τάιτα
[en] Dawida
[et] taita
[fi] taita
[fr] dawida
[he] טאיטה
[hr] taita
[hu] taita
[id] Taita
[is] taíta
[it] taita
[ja] タイタ語
[ko] 타이타어
[lo] ໄຕຕາ
[lv] taitu
[lt] taitų
[mk] таита
[nl] Taita
[nb] taita
[pl] taita
[pt] taita
[ro] taita
[ru] таита
[sk] taita
[es] taita
[sv] taita
[th] ไททา
[tr] Taita
[uk] таіта
[vi] Tiếng Taita

Language type : Living

Language resources for Taita

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

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ISO 639 Codes

ISO 639-3 : dav

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