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.
of lgs Berber 6 Afro-Asiatic Chadic 6 Cushitic 13 Semitic 7 Dizoid 1 Omotic (13) South Omotic 1 Ta-Ne-Omotic 4 Bantoid, Bantu 23 Kwa 1 Atlantic Congo Mel 3 North-Central Atlantic 7 Hadza 1 Khoe-Kwadi 5 Kka 1 Nilotic Eastern Nilotic 3 Sandawe 1 Tuu 1 Total 84 Table 2.
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.