Kuria is spoken by the Kuria peoples of Northern Tanzania, with some speakers also residing in Kenya.
Maho (2009) treats the Simbiti, Hacha, Surwa, and Sweta varieties as distinct languages.
|Kuria alphabet (Kenya)|
|Native to||Kenya, Tanzania|
KUJ may refer to:
KUJ-FM, a radio station (99.1 FM) licensed to Burbank, Washington, United States
KUJ (AM), a radio station (1420 AM) licensed to Walla Walla, Washington, United States
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kuj, ISO 630 code for the Kuria languageKuria people
The Kuria people (also known as the AbaKurya, are a Bantu community in Tanzania and Kenya. Their homeland is bounded on the east by the Migori River and on the west by the Mara River estuary. Traditionally a farming community, the Kuria grow maize, beans and cassava as food crops and coffee and maize as cash crops.
Note: The Guthrie classification is geographic and its groupings do not imply a relationship between the languages within them.