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  1. Swahili, also known by its native name Kiswahili, is a Bantu language and the native language of the Swahili people native primarily to the Indian Ocean coast of East Africa. [7] Due to concerted efforts by the government of Kenya and Tanzania, Swahili is one of three official languages (the others being English and French) of the East African ...

    • Proto-Swahili
    • Estimates range from 2 million (2003) to 18 million (2012), L2 speakers: 90 million (1991–2015)
  2. El suajili , también llamado suajilí, suahelí o swahili es una lengua africana hablada sobre todo en Tanzania y Kenia, y en zonas limítrofes de Uganda, Mozambique, República Democrática del Congo, Ruanda, Burundi, Somalia, Zambia, Malaui y el norte de Madagascar. Pertenece al grupo de las lenguas bantúes, que forman parte de la familia de lenguas níger-congo. A pesar de su condición de lengua africana, ha recibido una fuerte influencia del árabe y, en los últimos dos ...

  3. The Swahili language is a language widely spoken in East Africa. In the language, its name is Kiswahili. It is a Bantu language. Swahili is spoken in a wide area from southern Somalia to northern Mozambique and in all of Kenya, Tanzania and Burundi. Congo has five million first-language speakers and fifty million second-language speakers.

    • 26 million (2007), 120 million L2 speakers
    • Latin, Arabic
  4. The Swahili Wikipedia (Swahili: Wikipedia ya Kiswahili) is the Swahili language edition of Wikipedia. It is the largest edition of Wikipedia in a Niger Kordofern, Niger–Congo or Nilo-Saharan language, followed by the Yoruba Wikipedia.

    • Kivukoni, Daresalaam
    • Swahili
  5. Swahili Wikipedia - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Swahili Wikipedia The Swahili Wikipedia is the Swahili language version of Wikipedia. It currently has 32,000+ articles in it. It is the 91st biggest Wikipedia. [1] It is the first largest Wikipedia in Africa, followed by the Amharic Wikipedia .