Mongo (Mongo-Nkundu) Bible - New Testament

Mongo (Mongo-Nkundu) Bible - New Testament

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Mongo (Mongo-Nkundu) Bible - New Testament

Mongo, also called Nkundo or Mongo-Nkundu (Lomongo, Lonkundu), is a Bantu language spoken by several of the Mongo peoples in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Mongo speakers reside in central DR Congo over a large area inside the curve of the Congo River. Mongo is a tonal language. There are many dialects. Maho (2009) lists one of these, Bafoto (Batswa de l'Equateur), C.611, as a separate language. The others are: Kutu (Bakutu), including Longombe Bokote, including Ngata Booli Bosaka Konda (Ekonda), including Bosanga-Ekonda Ekota Emoma Ikongo, including Lokalo-Lomela Iyembe Lionje, Nsongo, Ntomba Yamongo Mbole, including Nkengo, Yenge, Yongo, Bosanga-Mbole, Mangilongo, Lwankamba Nkole South Mongo, including Bolongo, Belo, Panga, Acitu Yailima Ngombe-Lomela, Longombe, Ngome à Múná