Makhuwa

Some articles on makhuwa:

Makhuwa-Meetto Language
... Makhuwa-Meetto (also known as Meto or Imeetto) is a Bantu language spoken by about 800,000 people in northern Mozambique and southern Tanzania ... Makhuwa-Meetto and Makhuwa-Saka are 80–90% similar lexically, and are closely related to Makhuwa (80% similar) as part of the Makua languages ...
Makhuwa-Shirima Language - Dialects
... Maho (2009) lists the following dialects Central Makhuwa (3.1 million) Meetto (Metto) (1.3 million, including Ruvuma) Chirima (Shirima) (1.5 million, including subdialects ... Central Makhuwa ("Makhuwa-Makhuwana") is the basis of the standard language ... Ethnologue lists Central Makhuwa, Meetto–Ruvuma, Marrevone–Enahara, and Esaka as separate languages, and Chirima as six languages ...
Makua Languages - Classification
... Makhuwa is assigned to Zone P of the Guthrie classification of Bantu languages ... With the classification of the other Zone-P languages as Rufiji–Ruvuma, Makhuwa becomes essentially synonymous with Zone P ... The closest relatives of the Makhuwa branch are not clear, but some classifications place them with the Nyasa and Southern Bantu languages ...