Bantoid

Bantoid

(ˈbɑːntɔɪd; ˈbæn-)
adj
(Languages) denoting or relating to languages, esp in Cameroon and Nigeria, that possess certain Bantu characteristics. See also Semi-Bantu
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Adj.1.Bantoid - relating to or designating languages that possess characteristics of Bantu; "Bantoid languages"
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Using primary source data, they offer new perspectives on the Bantu and non-Bantu Bantoid languages.
Durorp is a semi-Bantu or Bantoid language spoken by a minority people known as Bororp, or people of the Kororp ethnic group, who live in the southwestern part of Cameroon and the southeastern tip of Nigeria.
9) Labial prefix in Noni, a Bantoid language spoken in Cameroon (Hyman 1981)