The Mbo language (or Imbo, Kimbo) is spoken by the Mbo people in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. In 1994 there were about 11,000 speakers. It is lexically similar to the Ndaka and Budu, Vanuma and Nyali languages.
|Native to||Democratic Republic of the Congo|
|(11,000 cited 1994)|
Mbo or MBO may refer to:
Mbo, Nigeria, a Local Government Area
Mbo people (Cameroon), an ethnic group of Cameroon
Mbo people (Congo), an ethnic group of the Democratic Republic of the CongoMbo language
Mbo may refer to:
Mbo language (Cameroon), a language spoken in Cameroon
Mbo language (Congo), spoken by the Mbo people
Mbo language (Zambia), a Bantu language of Zambia
Mbo’ language, a Grassfields language of Cameroon
Mbo language (Sino-Tibetan), an unclassified Sino-Tibetan language of TibetIn Central Africa, the Mbo tribe is a tribe located in the littoral region, West region (Santchou) and southwest regions of Cameroon. It main cities are Nkongsamba, Melong and Nguti. Due to colonization, some Mbo people speak French (littoral region and west region) and some speak English (southwest region). The indigenous language spoken by the Mbo people is called "Mbo language." The Mbo people claim their ancestral origin from Mount Kupe mouanegouba.
Note: The Guthrie classification is geographic and its groupings do not imply a relationship between the languages within them.