Kikuyu is a Bantu language spoken mainly in the Central Province of Kenya by about 6.6 million people. The native name for the language is Gĩkũyũ [ɣēkōjó], and there are four mutually intelligible dialects known as Kirinyaga, Muranga, Nyeri and Kiambu.
Literature in Kikuyu includes essays, poetry, children stories and translations by such as authors as Mwangi wa Mutahi, Gatua wa Mbugwa and Waithĩra wa Mbuthia
Kikuyu is written with a version of the African reference alphabet, which was first proposed at a 1978 conference organised by UNESCO.
Kikuyu has two level tones (high and low), a low-high rising tone, and adownstep.
Kĩambĩrĩianĩ Ũhoro aarĩ o kuo, na aatũire harĩ Ngai, nake aarĩ o Ngai.
In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.
Information about the Kikuyu language
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