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Nkutu
Nkuchu, Nkutshu, Bankutu
Spoken in Democratic Republic of the Congo
Region Northern Kasai Oriental Province
Total speakers 40,000 (1972 est.)
Language family Niger-Congo
Official status
Official language in none
Regulated by No official regulation
Language codes
ISO 639-1 None
ISO 639-2
ISO 639-3 nkw

Nkutu, also rendered Nkuchu, Nkutshu, Kitkutshu, and Bankutu, is a Bantu language of northern Kasai-Oriental Province, Democratic Republic of the Congo. Local dialects include Elembe, Hamba, Lokalo (Kalo), Kongola-Meno, Ngongo, and Saka (Losaka). It is a member of the Tetela family of Bantu languages and is closely related to Tetela, Kela, Kusu, and Yela.

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