Volta-Congo


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Vol·ta-Con·go

(vōl′tə-kŏng′gō, vŏl′-, vôl′-)
n.
A subgroup of the Niger-Congo language family that includes the Benue-Congo and Kwa languages.

Vol′ta-Con′go adj.
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Some relevant genealogical units, such as Kru and, from the Volta-Congo sub-branch, Gur and Ubangi are, for instance, not included in the sample mainly due to lack of accessible resources.