Synonyms for ubangian or Related words with ubangian

cariban              tumbuka              chadic              omotic              kikongo              maipurean              arawakan              cushitic              tsezic              fulfulde              tucanoan              tupian              aslian              dholuo              burushaski              gbaya              ronga              kimbundu              lotuko              manding              nihali              surmic              kordofanian              kanuri              panoan              nadahup              nyanja              efik              vietic              zoquean              cangin              dagbani              chukotko              senufo              ndau              misumalpan              palaungic              phuthi              zezuru              nguni              nilotic              kalanga              heiban              sudanic              tibetic              bezhta              dioula              ishkashimi              tswa              chibchan             



Examples of "ubangian"
Indri (Yanderika, Yandirika) is a Ubangian language of South Sudan.
The name "Dongo" is also used by several Ubangian languages.
Togoyo (Togoy) is an extinct Ubangian language of South Sudan.
Bokoto [bdt], an Ubangian language of the Central African Republic.
Monzombo is a minor Ubangian language of the Congos.
Bai (Belanda, Biri, BGamba, Gumba, Mbegumba, Mvegumba) is a Ubangian language of South Sudan.
Feroge (Feroghe), endonym Kaligi, is a Ubangian language of South Sudan.
Ngbundu is a minor Ubangian language (Banda) of the Democratic Republic of the Congo
Mangaya (Buga) is a Ubangian language of South Sudan. The endonym is "Bug".
However, Roger Blench believes that Adamawa, Ubangian, Kwa, Bantoid, and Bantu are not coherent groups.
The name Ngbaka is used for several Ubangian peoples and their languages, such as
Ndunga (Bondonga, Modunga, Mondugu, Mondunga) is a Ubangian language spoken in DRC Congo.
Tagbo (Tagbu, Tagba) is a Ubangian language of Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Dongo (Donga, Dongo Ko) is a Ubangian language spoken in DRC Congo.
Banda is a family of Ubangian languages spoken by the Banda people of Central Africa.
The names "Gbaya" and "Dongo" are ambiguous, as they are also used for unrelated Ubangian languages.
Ma, also known as "Amadi, Madi, Madyo," is a Ubangian language spoken in DRC Congo.
Belanda Viri (Bviri, Belanda, Biri, BGamba, Gumba, Mbegumba, Mvegumba) is a Ubangian language of South Sudan.
Gbanziri (Gbanzili) is a Ubangian language of the Central African Republic and Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Mba, also known as "(Ki)Manga" or "(Ki)Mbanga," is a Ubangian language spoken in DRC Congo.