Pinyin is a member of the Eastern Grassfields branch of the Southern
Bantoid language family spoken by about 27,000 people in the Santa
Subdivision of Mezam Division of the Northwest Province of Cameroon.
Pinyin is also known as Bapinyi or Pelimpo.
- Long vowels are written doubled
- High: á; mid: ā; low: a; rising: ǎ; falling: â
Details of Pinyin provided by Michael Peter Füstumum
Information about Pinyin
Other languages written with the Latin alphabet