Kongo languages

KongoCongolese
The Kongo languages are a clade of Bantu languages coded Zone H.10 in Guthrie's classification.wikipedia
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Vili language

ViliKivilivif
: Beembe (Pangwa, Doondo, Kamba, Hangala), Ndingi, Kunyi, Mboka, Kongo, Western Kongo, Laari (Laadi), Vili, Yombe, Suundi
Vili (Civili) is one of the Zone H Bantu languages, grouped with the Kongo clade).

Bembe language (Kibembe)

BeembeBembeBembe (Kibembe)
: Beembe (Pangwa, Doondo, Kamba, Hangala), Ndingi, Kunyi, Mboka, Kongo, Western Kongo, Laari (Laadi), Vili, Yombe, Suundi

Kunyi language

Kunyinjx
: Beembe (Pangwa, Doondo, Kamba, Hangala), Ndingi, Kunyi, Mboka, Kongo, Western Kongo, Laari (Laadi), Vili, Yombe, Suundi

Kongo language

KikongoKongoKikongo language
: Beembe (Pangwa, Doondo, Kamba, Hangala), Ndingi, Kunyi, Mboka, Kongo, Western Kongo, Laari (Laadi), Vili, Yombe, Suundi
According to Malcolm Guthrie, Kikongo is in the language group H10, the Kongo languages.

Suundi language

Suundisdj
: Beembe (Pangwa, Doondo, Kamba, Hangala), Ndingi, Kunyi, Mboka, Kongo, Western Kongo, Laari (Laadi), Vili, Yombe, Suundi

Bantu languages

BantuBantu languageBantu-speaking
The Kongo languages are a clade of Bantu languages coded Zone H.10 in Guthrie's classification.

Kongo people

BakongoKongoCongolese
The Kongo people (Esikongo, singular: Mwisikngo; also Bakongo, singular: Mukongo) are a Bantu ethnic group primarily defined as the speakers of Kikongo (Kongo languages).