Aka language

Aka, also known as Yaka or Beka, is a Bantu language spoken in the Central African Republic and Republic of Congo, along the Ubangi River dividing the two countries. Aka is spoken by the Aka people, Pygmies closely related to the Ubangian-speaking Baka of Cameroon, Congo, and Gabon. Together, these peoples are known as the Mbenga (Bambenga) or Bin...
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Aka language

[disambiguation] Aka can refer to at least three languages: Additionally, several Andamanese languages have Aka in their names, where it simply means `language`: ...
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