Cartes linguistiques en Afrique : Gabon, Congo, São Tomé e Príncipe & Guinée-Equatoriale

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    Congo (62 langues vivantes) :

    1. Aka (Babinga, Beka, Binga, Mòáka, Yaka)
    2. Akwa
    3. Bangandu (Bagando, Bangando)
    4. Beembe (Bembe, Kibeembe)
    5. Bekwil (Bakwele, Bakwil, Bekwel)
    6. Bobangi (Bangi, Bubangi, Bungi, Dzamba, Lobobangi, Rebu)
    7. Bomitaba (Bamitaba, Leke, Mbomitaba, Mbomotaba)
    8. Bomwali (Bomali, Boumoali, Bumali, Lino, Sangasanga)
    9. Bongili (Bokiba, Bongiri, Bungili, Bungiri)
    10. Bonjo
    11. Bwisi (Ibwisi, Mbwisi)
    12. Dibole (Babole, Southern Bomitaba)
    13. Doondo (Dondo, Kidoondo)
    14. Fang (Pahouin, Pamue)
    15. French (Français)
    16. Gbaya (Baya, Northwest Gbaya)
    17. Kaamba (Kikaamba)
    18. Kako (Kaka, Nkoxo, Yaka)
    19. Kituba (Kikoongo, Munukutuba)
    20. Koongo (Congo, Kikongo, Kikoongo, Kongo)
    21. Kota (Ikota, Ikuta)
    22. Koyo (Ekoyo, Kouyou)
    23. Kunyi (Kikunyi, Kugni)
    24. Laari (Kilari, Laadi, Ladi, Lari)
    25. Likuba (Kuba)
    26. Likwala (Ekwala, Kwala, Likouala)
    27. Lingala (Ngala)
    28. Lumbu (Ilumbu)
    29. Mbandja (Banja, Mbanja, Mbanza)
    30. Mbangwe (M’bahouin, Mbahouin)
    31. Mbere (Limbede, Mbédé, Mbété)
    32. Mboko (Mboxo, Mbuku)
    33. Mbosi (Embosi, Mbochi, Mboshe, Mboshi)
    34. Moi (Lemoi)
    35. Monzombo (Mondjembo, Monjombo, Munzombo)
    36. Mpyemo (Bimu, Mbimou, Mbimu, Mbyemo, Mpo)
    37. Ndasa (Andasa)
    38. Ngbaka
    39. Ngbaka Ma’bo (Bouaka, Bwaka, Gbala, Ma’bo, Mbacca, Mbaka, Nbwaka, Ngbaka Limba)
    40. Ngom (Angom, Bangom, Bangomo, Ongom, Ungom)
    41. Ngundi (Ingundi, Ngondi)
    42. Ngungwel (Engungwel, Ngangoulou, Ngungulu, Northeastern Teke)
    43. Njebi (Binzabi, Injebi, Ndjabi, Njabi, Njevi, Nzebi, Yinjebi, Yinzebi)
    44. Njyem (Djem, Dzem, Ndjem, Ndjeme, Ndzem, Ngyeme, Njem, Nyem)
    45. Ombamba (Lembaamba, Mbaama, Mbama, Mbamba)
    46. Pomo (Congo Pol, Pol, Pori, Pul)
    47. Punu (Ipounou, Ipunu, Pouno, Puno, Yipunu)
    48. Suundi (Kisuundi, Suundi de Kimongo)
    49. Teke-Eboo (Bamboma, Boma, Boo, Boõ, Central Teke, Eboo Teke, Eboom, Iboo, Teke-Boma)
    50. Teke-Fuumu (Kiteke, South Central Teke, Teke du Pool)
    51. Teke-Ibali (Eastern Teke, Ibali, Kiteke)
    52. Teke-Kukuya (Chikuya, Kikuwa, Koukouya, Kukwa, Southern Teke)
    53. Teke-Laali (Ilaali)
    54. Teke-Nzikou (Njiunjiu, Njyunjyu)
    55. Teke-Tege (Iteghe, Northern Teke, Teghe, Teke Alima, Teke Kali)
    56. Teke-Tsaayi (Getsaayi, Tsaya, Tsaye, Tsayi)
    57. Teke-Tyee (West Teke)
    58. Tsaangi (Icaangi, Itsangi, Tcengui, Tchangui)
    59. Vili (Civili, Fiot, Fiote, Tsivili)
    60. Wumbvu (Wumvu)
    61. Yaka (Iyaka, West Teke, Yaa)
    62. Yombe (Bayombe, Kiombi, Kiyombe)

     

    Gabon (42 langues vivantes) :

    1. Baka (Babinga)
    2. Barama (Bavarama, Ghibarama, Gibarama, Yibarambu)
    3. Bekwil (Bakwele, Bakwil, Bekwel, Bekwie)
    4. Benga
    5. Bubi (Bhubhi, Eviia, Ibhubhi, Ibubi, Pove)
    6. Bwisi (Ibwisi, Mbwisi)
    7. Duma (Adouma, Aduma, Badouma, Douma, Liduma)
    8. Fang (Pahouin, Pamue)
    9. French (Français)
    10. Kande (Kanda, Okande)
    11. Kaningi (Bakanike, Lekaningi)
    12. Kélé (Akele, Dikele, Western Kele)
    13. Kota (Ikota, Ikuta, Kotu)
    14. Lumbu (Baloumbou, Ilumbu)
    15. Mahongwe
    16. Mbama (Bakota, Lembaamba, Obamba)
    17. Mbangwe (M’bahouin, Mbahouin)
    18. Mbere (Ambede, Limbede, Mbédé, Mbété)
    19. Myene (Omyene, Pangwe)
    20. Ndasa (Andasa, Ndash, Ndassa)
    21. Ndumu (Bandoumou, Doumbou, Dumbu, Lendumu, Mindoumou, Mindumbu, Minduumo, Ndumbo, Ndumbu, Nduumo, Ondoumbo, Ondumbo)
    22. Ngom (Angom, Bangom, Bangomo, Ngomo, Ongom, Ungom)
    23. Njebi (Bandzabi, Injebi, Ndjabi, Ndjevi, Njabi, Nzebi, Yinjebi, Yinzebi)
    24. Pinji (Apindje, Apindji, Apinji, Gapinji)
    25. Punu (Ipunu, Pouno, Puno, Yipounou, Yipunu)
    26. Sake (Asake, Shake)
    27. Sangu (Chango, Isangu, Shango, Yisangou, Yisangu)
    28. Seki (Seke, Sekiana, Sekiani, Sekiyani, Sekyani, Seseki, Sheke, Shekiyana)
    29. Sighu (Lesighu, Mississiou)
    30. Simba (Nsindak)
    31. Sira (Eshira, Gisira, Ichira, Ishira, Isira, Shira, Shire, Yichira)
    32. Tchitchege
    33. Teke, Northern (Iteghe, Katege, Ketego, Tege, Teghe, Teke)
    34. Teke-Tsaayi (Getsaayi, Tsaya, Tsaye, Tsayi)
    35. Tsaangi (Batsangui, Icaangui, Itsaangi, Itsangi, Tcengui, Tchangui, Tsangi)
    36. Tsogo (Getsogo, Ghetsogo, Mitsogo)
    37. Vili (Civili, Fiot, Fiote, Tsivili)
    38. Vumbu (Yivoumbou)
    39. Wandji (Bawandji)
    40. Wumbvu (Wumvu)
    41. Yangho (Bayongho, Miyangho, Yongho)
    42. Yasa (Bongwe, Lyassa, Maasa, Yassa)

     

    Guinea Ecuatorial (14 lenguas vivas ) :

    1. Batanga (Bano’o, Banoho, Banoo, Noho, Nohu, Noku)
    2. Benga
    3. Bube (Adeeyah, Adija, Bobe, Boobe, Boombe, Bubi, Ediya, Fernandian)
    4. Fa D’ambu (Annobonense, Annobonés, Annobonese)
    5. Fang (Pahouin, Pamue)
    6. Fernando Po Creole English (Criollo, Equatorial Guinean Pidgin, Fernandino, Fernando Po Krio, Pidginglis)
    7. French (Français)
    8. Gyele (Babinga, Bagiele, Bagyele, Bajele, Bajeli, Bako, Bakola, Bakuele, Bekoe, Bogyel, Bogyeli, Bondjiel, Giele, Gieli, Gyeli, Likoya)
    9. Kwasio (Bujeba, Mabea, Mabi, Mgoumba, Mvumbo, Ngoumba, Ngumba)
    10. Molengue (Balengue, Molendji)
    11. Ngumbi (Combe, Kombe)
    12. Seki (Beseki, Bulu, Seke, Sekiana, Sekiani, Sekiyani, Sekyani, Sheke, Shekiyana)
    13. Spanish (Espanol)
    14. Yasa (Bongwe, Lyassa, Maasa, Yassa)

     

     

    São Tomé e Príncipe: (4 lenguas vivas) :

    1. Angolar (Ngola, Lungua N'golá)
    2. Português (Portuguese)
    3. Principense (Lun’gwiye, “Moncó”, lunguyê)
    4. Sãotomense (São Tomense, Crioulo santomense, Forro)

     

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