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Selected languages: Abar
Alternate name(s): N/A
Classification: Atlantic Congo > Volta Congo > Bantoid > Southern Bantoid > Mungbam http://glottolog.org/resource/languoid/id/abar1238
The languages has 22 segments
Frequency index: N/A
Sounds:
Comments: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mungbam_language : The language is spoken in five villages, Abar, Missong, Munken, Ngun, and Za’; speakers of each of these consider their speech to be distinct, so there is no name for the language as a whole. The village names Abar and Missong are sometimes used. The name "Mungbam" is a quasi-acronym of the village names. Good (2009) suggests using the word for 'mouth', Fən, as a name for the language, since that word is not shared with other Beboid languages, but as of 2012 supported 'Mungbam'.
Sources: Good, Jeff and Lovegren, Jesse and Mve, Jean Patrick and Tchiemouo, Nganguep Carine and Voll, Rebecca and Di Carlo, Pierpaolo. 2011. The languages of the Lower Fungom region of Cameroon: Grammatical overview. Africana Linguistica 17. 101–164. Collected from http://phoible.org/contributors/GM Christopher Green and Steven Moran extracted phonological inventories from secondary sources including grammars and phonological descriptions with the goal of attaining pan-Africa coverage.