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Alternate names
Banjangi, Banyang, Banyangi, Bayangi, Manyang, Nyang
Bakoni, Lower Kenyang, Upper Kenyang (Bas-Kenyang, Haut-Kenyang, Kicwe, Kitwii, Manyeman, Manyemen, Northern Balong, Twii, Upper Balong)
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Information from ISO 639-3 and the  Ethnologue. Only a limited amount is shown here. For more detail consult the  Ethnologue entry for Kenyang.

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Entries for this language

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Title Subject Area
Kenyang Tone Orthography Reading Test Sources & References
Keyman Desktop keyboards for Kenyang Fonts & Keyboards
Uppercase and lowercase eng Symbols & Characters


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Sources for this language

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Title Type
Cameroonian linguistics publications academic paper
Ethnologue entry for Kenyang - Ethnologue web page
Glottolog entry for Kenyang - Glottolog/Langdoc web page
ISO 639-3 page for Kenyang - ISO 639-3 web page
MultiTree entry for Kenyang - MultiTree: A Digital Library of Language Relationships web page
OLAC resources for Kenyang - Open Language Archives Community web page
SIL Archive for Kenyang - SIL Language and Culture Archives web page


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