Kota, or iKota, is an African language spoken by the Bakota people. It is spoken in northeastern Gabon, Ogooué-Ivindo Province and in some areas of Republic of Congo. According to Ethnologue there are 34,442 Kota speakers in Gabon and 9,055 in the Republic of Congo.
Kota includes several dialects, which include: Ndambomo, Mahongwe, Ikota-la-hua, Sake, Menzambi, Bougom.
|Native to||Gabon, Republic of the Congo|
B25, B-25 or B.25 may refer to:
B-25 Mitchell, an American aircraft which saw service during World War II
Blackburn B-25, a 1939 British Fleet Air Arm fighter aircraft
B-25, a guitar model in the Gibson B series
B25, a bus route on the Fulton Street Line (Brooklyn surface)
B.25, Guthrie code for the Kota language (Gabon)
25 amp, type B – a standard circuit breaker current rating
MWfly B25, an Italian aircraft engine design
Cat B25, a 2013 phone by Bullitt Group for Caterpillar Inc..
Note: The Guthrie classification is geographic and its groupings do not imply a relationship between the languages within them.