Nun languages

Nun languages
Grasslands of
western Cameroon
Linguistic classification: Niger–Congo

The Nun languages are a group of languages spoken by the Bamun and related peoples of the western grasslands of Cameroon.

The languages are Bamun, Bamali, Baba, Bamenyam, Bafanji, Bangolan, Bambalang, Mungaka.

(Ethnologue adds Medumba.)

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