Noun Concept
Categories: Articles with short description, Synthetic languages, All articles needing additional references, Benue–Congo languages, Bantoid languages
Bantu  Bantoid language  Bantoid languages  Bantu languages  Bantoid
A family of languages widely spoken in the southern half of the African continent WordNet 3.0
The Bantu languages are a large family of languages spoken by the Bantu people of Central, Southern, and Southeast Africa. Wikipedia
Bantoid is a major branch of the Benue–Congo language family. Wikipedia
Constitute the largest sub-branch of the Niger–Congo languages Wikipedia Disambiguation
Large language family spoken in Sub-Saharan Africa Wikidata
Language family Wikidata
An African language group belonging to the Niger-Congo family. They are spoken in a large area east and south of the present day nation of Nigeria; i.e. in central Africa, east Africa, and southern Africa. OmegaWiki
A group of Benue–Congo languages including the Bantu languages and similar languages. OmegaWiki
The largest African language family of the Niger-Congo group, spoken in much of Sub-Saharan Africa. Wiktionary
Language family. Wiktionary (translation)