Myene is a cluster of closely related Bantu varieties spoken in Gabon by about 46,000 people. It is perhaps the most divergent of the Narrow Bantu languages, though Nurse & Philippson (2003) place it in with the Tsogo languages (B.30). The more distinctive varieties are Mpongwe (Pongoué), Galwa (Galloa), and Nkomi.
|Region||Ogooue-Maritime Province, Middle Ogooue Province|
|Ethnicity||Myene (Mpongwe, Nkomi, Galwa), Bongo Pygmies|
The Adyumba or Adjumba are an ethnic group in Gabon. They live mainly near Lake Azingo and in the Middle Ogooué River in the west coast of the country. They belong to the Myènè people and also speak the Myènè language of the Bantu languages. Their neighbors include the Mpongwe people (who they were historically considered a clan of) and the Nkomi people. Today most live by fishing, food crops and small businesses.MYE
MYE, Mye or mye may refer to:
Miyakejima Airport, Japan (IATA code MYE)
Myene language, spoken in Gabon (ISO639 code mye)
Mye, a song in the album Wiretap Scars by SpartaMyene
Myene may refer to:
Note: The Guthrie classification is geographic and its groupings do not imply a relationship between the languages within them.