Bulu is a Bantu language of the Bulu people of Cameroon. The language had 174,000 native speakers in 1982, with some 800,000 second language speakers in 1991. Its dialects include Bene, Yelinda, Yembana, Yengono, and Zaman. Bulu was formerly used by colonial and missionary groups as a lingua franca in the region for commercial, educational, and religious purposes, though it is today becoming less frequent in those spheres.
Bulu speakers are concentrated primarily in Cameroon's South Province, with the largest number at Ebolowa and Sangmélima. Some speakers live in the Nyong-et-Mfoumou division of the Centre and the Haut-Nyong division of the East.
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The afep pigeon (Columba unicincta), also known as the African wood-pigeon or gray wood-pigeon, is a member of the family Columbidae which lives in the Equatorial Forests of Africa.Beti people
The Beti people are a Central African ethnic group primarily found in central Cameroon. They are also found in Equatorial Guinea and northern Gabon. They are closely related to the Bulu people, the Fang people and the Yaunde people, who are all sometimes grouped as Beti-Pahuin peoples.The Beti are found in northern regions of their joint demographic distributions, the Fang in the southern regions, and others in between. Estimates of the total Beti population vary, with many sources placing them at over three million spread from the Atlantic coastal regions near Equatorial Guinea into the hilly, equatorial forest covered highlands of central Africa reaching into the Congo.Bulu
Bulu may refer to:
Bulu (Fijian mythology), the underworld in the mythology of Fiji
Tapu Bulu, a Gen VII Grass/Fairy-type Pokémon species introduced in Pokémon Sun and Moon.
The Bulu people of Cameroon
Bulu language, spoken by that peopleThere are 3 subdistricts of Central Java, Indonesia namely Bulu (take from a tree resembling ficus):
Bulu, TemanggungBulu language (Oceanic)
Bulu is an Oceanic language of West New Britain in Papua New Guinea.Presbyterian Church in Cameroon
The Presbyterian Church in Cameroon (PCC) is a Reformed denomination in Cameroon and a member of the World Communion of Reformed Churches. It is the largest English-speaking church in Cameroon, founded by an American Presbyterian Mission. In addition to its religious activities it contributes to provision of health and education services in the country.
See also: General Alphabet of Cameroon Languages
Note: The Guthrie classification is geographic and its groupings do not imply a relationship between the languages within them.