Maho (2009) considers Boma, B.821 Mpe (Kempee), and B.822 Nunu to be closely related languages. Mpe and Nunu do not have ISO codes. (Distinguish the Nunu dialect of Ngiri.)
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Central Teke is a member of the Teke languages dialect continuum of the Congolese plateau. Central Teke dialects are Ngungwel and Mpu (Mpumpum), Boo (Boma, Eboo – cf. Boma language), and Nzikou (Njyunjyu/Ndzindziu). They are spoken in the Malebo Pool region of the Republic of Congo, with an unknown number of Boo speakers in DRC.
Note: The Guthrie classification is geographic and its groupings do not imply a relationship between the languages within them.