Languages by language family/Mande

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Niger-Congo languages (?)

Note: The language groups marked with (?), including the Mande family itself, are those most frequently described and proposed today, but they are still uncertain because some groups may eventually belong to another family.
  • Eastern Mande languages
  • Western Mande languages
    • Northwestern Mande languages (see below)
    • Manding-Kpelle languages
Bisa-Busa languages:
  • Bissa [bib]
    • Baraka
    • Barka (Burkina Faso)
    • Lebir
    • Lere (Burkina Faso)
  • Samo-Busa languages
    • Busan languages
      • Boko-Busa languages
        • Boko (Benin) (or Bokonya, Bokko) [bqc]
        • Bokobaru (or Busa-Bokobaru, Zongben) [bus]
          • Kaiama
          • Village Bokobaru
        • Busa (or Bisayã, Busano, Busa-Bisã, Bisã, Bussanchi) [bqp]
          • Illo
          • New Busa
          • Wawa (Nigeria)
      • Kyenga-Shanga languages
        • Kyenga (or Tyenga, Tyanga, Kenga, Cenka) [tye]
        • Shanga (or Shonga, Shongawa, Shangawa) [sho]
    • Mande Samo languages
      • Matya Samo (or Tougan, West Central Goe) [stj]
      • Maya Samo (or Northeastern Samo, Somono, Sa) [sym]
        • Bangassogo
        • Bounou
        • Gomboro
        • Kiembara
      • Southern Samo [sbd]
        • Toma (Eastern Mande)
Southeastern Mande languages:
  • Nwa-Ben languages
    • Gbin (†) [xgb]
    • Ben-Gban languages
      • Gban (or Gagou, Gagu, Kagu, Kago) [ggu]
        • Bokabo
        • Bokwa (Mande)
        • N’da
        • Tuka
      • Bengic languages
        • Beng (or Ngain, Ngan, Ngen, Ngin, Nguin, Ben) [nhb]
        • Ngen of Djonkro [gnj]
    • Wan-Mwan languages
      • Mwan (or Mona, Mouan, Muan, Muana) [moa]
      • Wan (or Nwa, Van) [wan]
        • Kemu
        • Miamu
  • Mano-Dan languages
    • Mann (or Maa, Mano, Mawe) [mev]
    • Guro-Dan languages
      • Dan-Toura languages
        • Dan (or Yacouba, Gio) [daf]
          • Kla-Dan
          • Nuclear Dan
            • Eastern Dan
              • Bia Dan
              • Blong Dan
              • Gaan Dan
              • Gama Dan
              • Gbapen
              • Gblee Dan
              • Gwaan Dan
              • Gweetaawu
              • Kaa Dan
              • Saan Dan
              • Sleng Dan
              • Tee Dan
              • Yii Dan
              • Yoon Dan
            • Western Dan
              • Blowo
              • Dhoo Dan
              • Ka Dan
              • Loo Dan
              • Lower Gio
              • River Cess Gio
              • Upper Gio
              • Vain Dan
              • Wao Dan
              • West Yacouba Dan
              • Yizue
        • Toura-Goo languages
          • Goo [?]
          • Toura (Côte d'Ivoire) [neb]
            • Boo
            • Guse
            • Gwéò
            • Naò
            • Wáádú
            • Yiligele
      • Guro-Yaoure languages
        • Guro [goa]
        • Yaouré (or Yaure, Yohowré, Youré) [yre]
          • Bhoo
          • Klan
          • Taan
          • Yaan
          • Yoo
Northwestern Mande languages:
  • Soninke-Bozo languages
    • Soninkean languages
      • Sininkere (or Silanke, Silinkere) [skq]
      • Soninke (or Soninké, Aswanik, Diawara, Maraka, Sarahole, Sarakole, Silabe, Toubakai, Wakore, Walpre) [snk]
        • Azer
        • Gadyaga
        • Kinbakka
        • Xenqenna
    • Bozo languages
      • Hainyaxo Bozo (or Kelenga, Kélinga, Xan, Xanyaxo) [bzx]
      • Nuclear Bozo languages
        • Jenaama Bozo (or Corogaama, Djenaama, Gbunde, Nononke, Sarkanci, Sarkawa, Sorko, Sorogama) [bze]
          • Débo
          • Korondougou
          • Kotya
          • Pondori
        • Ti-Bozo languages
          • Tiemacèwè Bozo (or Tièma Cièwè, Tié) [boo]
          • Tiéyaxo Bozo (or Tiemaxo, Tigemaxo, Tégué) [boz]
  • Duun-Bobo languages
    • Northern Bobo Madaré (or Konabéré) [bbo]
      • Jèrè
      • Kukoma
      • Kure
      • Sankuma
      • Tankri
      • Yaba
    • Southern Bobo Madaré (or Bobo Fi, Bobo Fing, Sya) [bwq]
      • Benge
      • Sogokiré
      • Sya
      • Syabéré
      • Voré
      • Zara
Southwest Mande languages:
  • Kpelle languages
    • Guinea Kpelle [gkp]
    • Kono (Guinea) [knu]
    • Liberia Kpelle [xpe]
  • Mende-Loma languages
    • Loma languages
      • Toma [tod]
      • Loma (Liberia) [lom]
        • Buluyiema
        • Bunde
        • Gizima
        • Wubomei
        • Ziema
    • Mende-Bandi languages
      • Bandi-Zialo languages
        • Zialo [zil]
        • Bandi [bza]
          • Hasala
          • Hembeh
          • Lukasa
          • Tahamba
          • Wawana
          • Wulukoha
      • Mende-Loko languages
        • Mende (Sierra Leone) [men]
          • Ko (Sierra Leone)
          • Kpa (Sierra Leone)
          • Sewawa
          • Waanjama
        • Loko [lok]
          • Buya (Loko)
          • Gbendembu
          • Koya (Mande)
          • Laia
          • Libisegahun
          • Magbiambo
          • Nagbanmba
          • Ngoahu
          • Ribbi
          • Sanda
Central Mande languages:
  • Susu-Yalunka languages
    • Susu (or Soussou, Soso, Susse, Susoo) [sus]
    • Yalunka (or Dialonké, Dyalonke, Jalonké, Kjalonke) [yal]
      • Firia
      • Musaia
      • Sulima
  • Manding-Jogo languages
    • Manding-Vai languages
    • Jogo-Jeri languages
      • Jeri languages
        • Jalkunan [bxl]
        • Jeli [jek]
      • Jogo languages
        • Tonjon [tjn]
        • Ligbi [lig]
          • Atumfuor
          • Bungase
          • Dwera
          • Gyogo
          • Hwela
          • Ntoleh
Nuclear-Mokole languages:
  • Mixifore [mfg]
  • Lele (Guinea) [llc]
    • Kassadou Lele
    • Kounte Lele
    • Tangalto Lele
    • Yombiro Lele
  • Kakabe [kke]
    • Kuru-Maninka
    • Wurekaba Maninka
    • Central-Northwestern Kakabe
      • Central Kakabe
      • Kankalabe
  • Kuranko [knk]
    • Barrawa
    • Mankaliya
    • Mongo (Kuranko)
    • Ney
    • Nieni
    • Sambaya
    • Sengbe
Manding languages:
  • N’Ko [nqo]
  • East Manding languages (see below)
  • West Manding languages
    • Mandinka (or Mandinga, Mandinkokan) [mnk]
    • Kita-Kagoro languages
      • Kagoro (or Kakolo) [xkg]
      • Kita Maninkakan (or Central Malinke) [mwk]
        • Fulanke
    • Xasonka languages
      • Jahanka (or Diakhanke), Dyakanke, Jahanque, Jahonque [jad]
      • Xaasongaxango (or Kasso, Kasson, Chassonke, Xasonke, Xasonga) [kao]
      • Western Maninkakan (or Western Malinke, Western Maninka) [mlq]
        • Kenieba Maninka
        • Nyoxolonkan
East Manding languages:
  • Bambara (or Bamanakan) [bm]
    • Beledugu
    • Ganadugu
    • San
    • Segou
    • Sikasso
    • Somono
    • Standard Bambara
  • Bolon (or Boka, Bo) [bof]
    • Black Bolon
    • White Bolon
  • Dyula (or Dioula, Diula, Djula, Jula) [dyu] (disabled)
    • Dioula Véhiculaire
    • Kong Jula
    • Tagboussikan
  • Marka (or Dafing, Dafin, Meka) [rkm]
    • Gassan
    • Nouna
    • Safané
  • Manenkan languages
    • Konyanka Maninka (or Konianka, Konya) [mku]
    • Manya (or Mandingo, Manya Kan) [mzj]
    • Sankaran Maninka (or Faranah, Sankarankan) [msc]
    • Eastern Maninkakan [emk]
      • Amana
      • Koulounkalan
      • Wasulu
  • Maninka-Mori languages
    • Mahou (or Mahu, Maou, Mau, Mauka, Mauke) [mxx]
      • Baralaka
      • Finanga
      • Koroka
      • Mahouka
      • Tenenga
    • Wojenaka (or Malinké, Odiennekakan, Odienné Jula) [jod]
      • Bodougouka
      • Nafana
      • Odienneka
      • Sienkoka
      • Toudougouka
      • Vandougouka
      • Wasulu (Wojenaka)
    • Worodougou (or Bakokan) [jud]
      • Kanika
      • Karanjan
      • Worodougouka
    • Koro-Koyaga languages
      • Koro (Côte d'Ivoire) (or Koro Jula) [kfo]
      • Koyaga (or Koya, Koyaa, Koyaga Jula, Koyagakan) [kga]
        • Nigbi
        • Nuclear Koyaga
        • Sagaka
        • Siaka