Awing (Mbwe'wi)

Awing is a Southern Bantoid language spoken by about 19,000 people in Mezam division of North West Province of Cameroon, particularly in the village of Awing-Bambaluwe.

Related languages include Bafut, Bambili-Bambui, Kpati, Mendankwe-Nkwen, Ngemba and Pinyin.

Awing alphabet and pronunciation

Awing alphabet and alphabet and pronunciation


Download an Awing alphabet chart (Excel)

Details of Awing provided by Michael Peter Füstumum, with additions by Wolfram Siegel.

Sample videos in Awing


Information about Awing

Bantoid languages

Awing, Bafanji, Bamum, Bamunka, Feʼfeʼ, Ghomalaʼ, Kenswei Nsei, Limbum, Medumba, Mmen, Nso, Oku, Pinyin, Tiv, Vengo

Languages written with the Latin alphabet

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