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A few of us guys have been collecting PDFs of language grammars over the years. A couple of you might have noticed me or someone else mention it now and then. Thought that we might as well share it with you guys, in case you find it a useful resource in your linguistic endeavors. Here are a couple links to the .torrent file:

http://www.filedropper.com/grammarpile30
http://www.megafileupload.com/d7K0/GRAM ... .0.torrent

These trackers seem to be useful: http://bt.careland.com.cn:6969/announce, udp://explodie.org:6969/announce, http://mgtracker.org:2710/announce, http://tracker.tfile.me/announce, http://tracker1.wasabii.com.tw:6969/announce, udp://tracker.openbittorrent.com:80/announce, udp://coppersurfer.tk:6969/announce.

The file is 30.4 gigabytes in size, and contains descriptions (of varying quality) of 1,362 languages. Here is the full list of languages, in alphabetical order:
ǃXoo, ǀXam, ǂHoan, ǂUngkue, Aari, Abau, Abaza, Abé, Abenaki, Abkhaz, Abui, Acehnese, Achagua, Achuar, Achumawi, Acoma Keresan, Adamorobe Sign Language, Adyghe, Afar, Afrikaans, Agarabi, Aghem, Aghul, Agta, Aguaruna, Agutaynen, Ainu, Aja, Akan, Akan, Akhvakh, Akkadian, Akkala Saami, Aklan, Akoye, Akuntsu, Akwawa, Alabama, Albanian, Aleut, Algonquin, Altay, Alutor, Amahuaca, Amanab, Ambala, Ambulas, American Sign Language, Amharic, Amuesha, Ancient and Koine Greek, Ancient Egyptian, Ancient North Arabian, Andalusi Arabic, Andoque, Angolar Creole Portuguese, Anguthimri, Antiguan Creole, Apabhramsa, Apalachee, Apalai, Apatani, Apinaye, Apurina, Araki, Aramaic, Arapaho, Arara, Arawak, Arawete, Arcado-Cypriot Greek, Archi, Argobba, Arifama, Arikara, Armenian, Arrernte, Asheninca, Asmat, Assamese, Assiniboine, Assurini, Asturian, Atakapa, Atayal, Atikamekw, Atong, Aulua, Australian Kriol, Australian Sign Language, Ava-Canoeiro, Avar, Avestan, Awa Pit, Aweti, Awjila Berber, Awtuw, Axininca, Aymara, Ayoreo, Azerbaijani, Baba Malay, Bactrian, Bafaw, Bafut, Bagri, Bai, Bajau, Balaibalan, Balanta, Balantak, Balochi, Balti, Baluan-Pam, Bambara, Bambassi, Bangime, Bantawa, Bao’an, Barasano del Sur, Bardi, Bare, Barein, Bargam, Bari, Bariai, Barok, Barupu, Bashgali, Bashkir, Basque, Bats, Baule, Baure, Beaver, Beja, Belarusian, Belep, Belizean Creole, Bemba, Bena, Bench, Beng, Bengali, Berber, Berik, Betawi, Betoi, Betta Kurumba, Bezhta, Bhaca, Biak, Biangai, Biblical Hebrew, Bidjara, Bidyogo, Bih, Biloxi, Bilua, Bimin, Binandere, Biri, Bislama, Bisu, Blackfoot, Blang, Bobangi, Bobo, Bobongko, Bonan, Bondo, Bondum Dom, Bora, Bororo, Botolan Sambal, Brahui, breton, British Sign Language, Bru Khok Sa-at, Bugis and Makasar, Bulgarian, Bullom So, Bulu, Bumthang, Bunaq, Bungi Creole, Bunun, Bura, Burmese, Burushaski, Buryat, Buwal, Byangsi, Cabecar, Caddo, Cahto, Calunga, Camling, Canaano-Akkadian, Canela, Cantonese, Cape Verdean Creole, Cappadocian Greek, Caquinte, Carian, Carib, Cashibo, Cashinahua, Cassubian, Catalan, Catawba, Catio, Cavineña, Cebuano, Central Zapotec, Chagatay, Cham, Chamorro, Chatino, Che, Chechen, Chemakum, Chemehuevi, Cherokee, Cheyenne, Chichewa, Chimariko, Chinantec, Chinook, Chipewyan, Chiquihuitlan, Chiricahua Apache, Chitimacha, Chiwere, Chochotec, Choctaw, Chol, Cholon, Chontal, Chorti, Chrau, Chuj, Chukchi, Chumash, Chuvash, Classical Arabic, Classical Armenian, Classical Chinese, Classical Cholti, Classical Mongolian, Classical Newari, Classical Tibetan, Coahuilteco, Coast Tsimshian (Sm’algyax), Cocama, Cocopa, Coeur d’Alene, Columbia-Moses, Comanche, Comox, Coos, Coptic, Cora, Cornish, Corsican, Cotabato, Cree, Creek, Crimean Tatar, Crow, Cubeo, Cuitlatec, Cuiva, Cupeño, Cypriot Greek, Czech, Daai Chin, Daakaka, Daga, Dagut, Dahalo, Dakota, Daman-Diu Portuguese, Dameli, Dandami Maria, Dani, Danish, Dar Daju Daju, Darai, Dargwa, Dari, Darma, Daw, Daza, Delaware, Demena, Demotic Egyptian, Denaina, Desano, Dharug, Dhimal, Dhivehi, Diegueño, Dii, Dime, Dinka, Dizin, Djeoromitxi, Dogon, Dogul Dom, Dolgan, Dom, Domari, Dongwang Tibetan, Doromu-Koki, Dothraki, Dupaningan Agta, Dutch, Duungidjawu, Dyirbal, Dzubukua, Eastern Neo-Aramaic, Eastern Yugur (Yellow Uyghur), Edolo, Efate, Efik, Egyptian Arabic, Ejagham, Elamite, Enets, Engenni, English, Enindhilyakwa, Erromangan, Ersu, Ese Ejja, Esperanto, Estonian, Eton, Etruscan, Even, Evenki, Ewe, Extremaduran, Eyak, Faetar, Faliscan, Fanagalo, Fang, Fanti, Faroese, Fasu, Fijian, Finnish, Fon, Fox, French, Frisian, Friulian, Fula, Futuna Aniwa, Fuyug, Ga, Ga’anda, Gaahmg, Gafat, Gagauz, Galice, Galician, Galo, Gamilaraay, Garhwali, Gaulish, Gbandi, Gbari, Gbeya, Ge’ez, Geba Karen, Gede’o, Gemzek, Georgian, German, Ghulfan, Girawa, Gitksan, Godié, Godoberi, Goemai, Gola, Golin, Gooniyandi, Gorani, Gothic, Great Andamanese, Greenlandic, Gros Ventre, Guahibo, Guaja, Guajajara, Guajiro, Guanano, Guarani, Guayabero, Guaymi, Gude, Guhu Samane, Guinea-Bissau Creole, Guiqiong, Gujarati, Gulf Arabic, Gumuz, Gunin, Gurage, Guragone, Guugu Yimidhirr, Gwich’in, Hadza, Haida, Haitian Creole, Halkomelem, Han, Hanga Hundi, Hattic, Hausa, Havasupai, Hawaiian, Haya, Hdi, Heiban, Herero, Hidatsa, Hieroglyphic Luwian, Highland Chontal, Hiligaynon, Hindi, Hinuq, Hittite, Hkongso, Hmong Blanc, Hmong Njua, Ho, Homeric Greek, Hopi, Hozo, Hualapai, Huamelultec Chontal, Huarijio, Huastec, Huave, Hungarian, Hup, Hupa, Hurrian, Icelandic, Ida’an, Iduna, Ika, Ikalanga, Ilocano, Imonda, Iñapari, Indonesian, Indo-Pakistani Sign Language, Inga Kichwa, Ingrian, Ingush, Inner Mongolian, Interlingua, Inuktitut, Iñupiaq, Ioway-Oto, Irabu Ryukyuan, Iraqw, Irarutu, Irish, Isthmus Zapotec, Italian, Italian Sign Language, Itamul, Itelmen, Itene, Iu Mien, Iyo, Izi, Jacaltec, Jamaican Creole, Jamsay, Japanese, Japhug, Jarawa, Jarawara, Jegün Yogur, Jemez Towa, Jingpho, Jingulu, Jo, Jola, Jordanian Sign Language, Juǀ’hoan, Juang, K’iche’, Ka’apor, Kabardian, Kabyle, Kachama-Ganjule, Kadiweu, Kafa, Kairiru, Kaiwa, Kala Lagaw Ya, Kalapuya, Kalispel, Kalmyk Oirat, Kaluli, Kamano, Kamas, Kamasau, Kamba, Kambera, Kamula, Kanamari, Kanite, Kankanaey, Kannada, Kanoe, Kansa, Kanuri, Kaonde, Karaim, Karaja, Kara-Lemakot, Karam, Karamojong, Karbi, Karelian, Karii, Karitiana, Karo, Kashmiri, Kaska, Kasua, Katukina-Pano, Kaugel, Kayabi, Kayah Monu, Kayan Lahta, Kayardild, Kazakh, Kemezung, Kenaboi, Ket, Khalkha Mongolian, Kham, Khamnigan, Khanty, Kharia, Khasi, Khitan, Khmer, Khmu, Khoekhoe, Khwarezmian, Khwarshi, Kickapoo, Kikongo, Kikuyu, Kildin Saami, Kilivila, Kinyarwanda, Kiowa, Kiranti-Bayung, Kirghiz, Kirundi, Kisi, Kitanemuk, Kituba, Kiwai, Klamath, Klingon, Koasati, Kogi, Koho, Koi, Kokota, Kol, Kolami, Koluwawa, Kolyma Yukaghir, Kom, Komba, Kombio, Komi, Konkani, Konkow, Konso, Korean, Koreguaje, Koromfe, Koryak, Kosena, Kosraean, Kotoko, Kott, Kove, Koyra Chiini, Koyukon, Kpwe, Kri, Kryts, Kui, Kulango, Kuna, Kunama, Kunming, Kunuz Nubian, Kuot, Kurdish, Kurtop, Kurukh, Kusunda, Kuteb, Kutenai, Kuuk Thaayorre, Kven, Kwaio, Kwak’wala (Kwakiutl), Kwama, Kwanyama, Kwaza, Kwomtari, Ladino, Laguna Keresan, Lahu, Lak, Lakota, Lala-Bisa, Lamaholot, Lambadi, Lampung, Lango, Lao, Lardil, Latgalian, Latin, Latvian, Lauan, Lawa, Lembena, Lengo, Lepcha, Levantine Arabic, Lezgian, Lhasa Tibetan, Libyan Arabic, Ligurian, Limbu, Lingala, Lingua Franca Nova, Lisu, Lithuanian, Lithuanian Romani, Livonian, Lobi, Logba, Lojban, Loma, Loniu, Lopit, Lote, Low German, Lowland Mixe, Luganda, Luiseño, Lunda, Luo, Lushootseed, Luvakaleve, Luwo, Luxembourghish, Maanyan, Maasai, Maba, Macedonian, Macushi, Madurese, Magar, Maia, Maidu, Makalero, Makonde, Malagasy, Malay, Malayalam, Maltese, Malto, Mam, Mamainde, Manam, Manambu, Manange, Manchu, Mandaic, Mandan, Mandarin Chinese, Mande, Mandinka, Manenguba, Mangarayi, Maninka, Manipuri, Mansi, Manx, Manyika, Maori, Mapuche, Maquiritari, Mara, Marathi, Mari, Maricopa, Marquesan, Marshallese, Martuthunira, Marwari, Masbatenyo, Massachusett (Wampanoag), Mato, Mator, Matses, Mauritian Creole, Mauwake, Mavea, Mayangna, Mayogo, Mazatec, Mbodomo, Mbugwe, Mbukushu, Mbundu, Mehri, Mekens, Mende, Menggwa Dla, Menya, Meroitic, Meta’, Mewati, Mfumte, Mian, Mianmin, Micmac, Middle Dutch, Middle Egyptian, Middle English, Middle High German, Middle Low German, Middle Mongol, Middle Turkic, Middle Welsh, Mikasuki, Mina, Mingo, Mishnaic Hebrew, Miskito, Miwok, Mixtec, Miya, Mizo, Mochica, Mocho, Mocovi, Modern Greek, Modern Hebrew, Modern Standard Arabic, Modern Uyghur, Moghol, Mohawk, Mohegan, Moksha, Molala, Mon, Mongsen Ao, Monguor, Mono, Montagnais, Mori, Moroccan Arabic, Moseten, Moskona, Mosuo, Motuna, Mountain Koiali, Movima, Mualang, Muhiang, Muinane, Muna, Mundari, Munduruku, Mungbam, Munichi, Murle, Mussau, Mutsun, Mwan, Mwani, Myene, Nǀuu, Na’vi, Nahavaq, Nahuatl, Nakh, Nalca, Nalik, Nambikwara, Namia, Nanai, Nanga, Nankina, Narragansett, Naskapi, Natchez, Naukan Eskimo, Navajo, Naxi, Nchane, Ndau, Ndonga, Negidal, Nenets, Neo-Mandaic, Nepali, Neverver, Nevome, New Guinea Pidgin, Nez Perce, Ngambay, Nganasan, Ngarinyin, Ngarla, Ngas, Nhanda, Nheengatu, Nias Selatan, Nicobarese, Nigerian Pidgin, Nii, Nimboran, Nipmuck, Nisga’a, Nitinaht (Ditidaht), Niuean, Nivacle, Nivkh, Noone, Northern Paiute, Northern Zapotec, Norwegian, Nottoway, Notu-Ewage, Nubi, Nubian, Nulibie, Nung (Sino-Tibetan), Nung (Tai-Kadai), Nuosu, Nuu-chah-nulth (Nootka), Nuxalk, Nyaheun, Nyamang, Nyangumarta, Nzadi, O’odham, Occitan, Odoodee, Ofo, Ogami, Ojibwe, Okanagan, Okinawan, Oko, Oksapmin, Old Church Slavonic, Old English, Old Franconian, Old French, Old Frisian, Old Georgian, Old High German, Old Irish, Old Japanese, Old Javanese, Old Norse, Old Novgorodian, Old Nubian, Old Persian, Old Prussian, Old Saxon, Old South Arabian, Old Swedish, Old Tupi, Old Turkic, Old Welsh, Omagua, Omaha-Ponca, Ona, Oneida, Onge, Onondaga, Opata, Ordos, Orejon, Oriya, Ormuri, Orok, Orokaiva, Oromo, Orungu, Osco-Umbrian, Ossetic, Ostyak, Otomi, Ottoman Turkish, Pa’a, Pacoh, Paez, Pagibete, Pahlavi, Paiwan, Palaic, Palauan, Pali, Palikur, Palor, Palula, Pame, Pamir, Pampangan, Panamint, Pangasinan, Panobo, Papiamentu, Papuan Malay, Para Naga, Parachi, Paresi-Haliti, Päri, Parintintin, Pashai, Pashto, Passamaquoddy-Maliseet, Patpatar, Paumari, Pedi, Pendau, Pennsylvania German, Persian, Phoenician-Punic, Pichi, Pilaga, Pima Bajo, Pipil, Piraha, Piro, Piscataway, Pite Saami, Plang, Pochutec, Polabian, Polish, Pomo, Ponapean, Portuguese, Potawatomi, Poyanawa, Prakrit, Proto-Albanian, Proto-Boro-Garo, Proto-Germanic, Proto-Indo-European, Proto-Mongolic, Proto-Omagua-Kokama, Proto-Slavonic, Proto-Wintun, Psikye, Puinave, Puni, Punjabi, Purépecha, Puyuma, Q’eqchi’, Qiang, Quechan, Quechua, Quenya, Quileute, Rabha, Ramoaaina, Rangi, Rangpuri, Rapanui, Ratahan, Rawa, Red Karen, Resigaro, Rhaeto-Romance, Rikbaktsa, Romanian, Rotokas, Russian, Ruthenian, Ryukyuan, S’gaw Karen, Sa’a and Ulawa, Saafi, Saanich, Saaroa, Sabane, Sacapultec, Sahaptin, Saho, Saka, Sakur, Salar, Saliba, Salinan, Samaritan Aramaic, Samoan, Sandawe, Sango, Sanio, Sanskrit, Santa (Dongxiang), Santa Ana Keresan, Santali, Sanuma, Sapuan, Saramaccan Creole, Sarcee, Satawalese, Savosavo, Sawu, Saya, Sayula Popoluca, Scots, Scottish Gaelic, Secoya, Sedang, Seimat, Selaru, Selee, Selkup, Semai, Seneca, Senga, Sentani, Serbo-Croatian, Seri, Serrano, Seychelles Creole, Shan, Shantou, Shasta, Shatt, Shawa, Shawnee, Shehri, Sheko, Sherbro, Sherpa, Shib Romani, Shilha, Shimaore, Shina, Shinasha, Shipibo-conibo, Shira Yughur, Shixing, Shona, Shor, Shughni, Shupamem, Shuswap, Shwe, Siar, Siberian Yupik, Sicilian, Sidaama, Sierra Popoluca, Silozi, Sindarin, Sindhi, Sinhalese, Sinte Romani, Sio, Siona, Sipakapense Maya, Sirenik, Sisaala, Situ, Siuslaw, Skolt Saami, Skou, Slave, Slovak, Slovene, Sogdian, Somali, Songhai, Songish, Soninke, Sonsorol, Sorbian, Sotho, South Highland Mixe, Southern Zapotec, Spanish, Spokane, Sri Lanka Malay, Stoney, Suena, Sumerian, Sunwar, Supyire, Sursurunga, Susu, Svan, Swahili, Swazi, Swedish, Swiss German Sign Language, Syriac, Syrian Arabic, Tabasaran, Tadaksahak, Tafi, Tagalog, Tahitian, Tahltan, Tai, Tainae, Taiwan Sign Language, Tajik, Takelma, Talysh, Tamahaq, Tamang, Tamazight, Tamil, Tanacross, Tangkhul-Naga, Taos, Tapiete, Tapirape, Tarahumara, Tasmanian, Tatar, Taushiro, Tehit, Tehuelche, Teiwa, Telugu, Temiar, Temne, Teop, Tepehua, Tepehuan, Tequistlatec, Teribe, Ternate, Ternate Malay, Teso, Tetun Dili, Tewa, Thai, Thompson, Thulung Rai, Ticuna, Tifal, Tigre, Tigrinya, Timbe, Timbira, Timucua, Tiriyo, Tirmaga, Tiwa, Tlapanec, Tlingit, Toba Batak, Tobelo, Tocharian, Tok Pisin, Tokelauan, Tol, Tolai, Tolowa, Tommo So, Tonga, Tongan, Tonkawa, Toqabaqita, Toro Tegu, Torwali, Totonac, Trio, Trique, Trumai, Ts’ets’aut, Tsakhur, Tsakonian, Tsamai, Tsez, Tshangla, Tsonga, Tswana, Tuareg, Tubatulabal, Tucano, Tujia, Tukang Besi, Tuki, Tulu, Tumbuka, Tundra Yukaghir, Tungak, Tunica, Turkana, Turkish, Turkish Sign Language, Turkmen, Tuscarora, Tutelo, Tuvaluan, Tuvan, Twi, Tzeltal, Tzotzil, Tzutujil, Udege, Udi, Udihe, Udmurt, Ugaritic, Ughele, Ukrainian, Ulithian, Ulwa, Upper Chehalis, Urak Lawoi & Moken, Urama, Urartian, Urdu, Urim, Urubu Sign Language, Usarufa, Ute, Uzbek, Vaeakau-Taumako, Vai, Valencian, Varli, Venda, Venetian, Venetic, Veps, Vietnamese, Vitu, Vlax Romani, Volapük, Votic, Wa, Waigali, Waima, Waimari, Wakhi, Wambaya, Wambon, Wanano, Wandala, Wankumara, Waorani, Wapishana, Wappo, Warao, Waray-waray, Wardaman, Warembori, Wargamay, Wari, Waris, Warlpiri, Warrongo, Warrwa, Washkuk, Washo, Watjarri, Wayana, Welsh, Western Neo-Aramaic, Western Yugur (Yellow Uyghur), Whitesands, Wichi, Wichita, Wik-Mungkan, Winnebago, Wintu, Witoto, Wiyot, Wolaytta, Wolof, Worodougou, Written Oirat, Wutun, Wuvulu, Wyandot (Huron), Xavante, Xhosa, Xibe, Xincan, Yade, Yaghnobi, Yagua, Yahgan, Yakut (Sakha), Yala, Yalunka, Yami, Yaminahua, Yana, Yanam, Yankunytjatjara, 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Woot. :o

Downloading now.
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Wow, this is pretty amazing work! I've been pining for a decent grammar of Aramaic for ages, and now I've got access immediate access to probably 30 combining the Middle and Neo-Aramaics. Can't wait to explore more of the collection.

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Can you post a catalogue somewhere, like in Kneequickie?

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Sure, if you can point me to a way to make a list of files within a folder that doesn't involve using the command line and which doesn't turn all unicode characters into question marks. (The only program I could find that made such a list was last updated in 2004 and it, well, it did that.)

EDIT: Alright, I found a work-around, and put the list of files on pastebin: http://pastebin.com/BDWjHs4R
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Is it necessary to have Hittite/Luwian under Cuneiform and Indo-European?

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This is a great resources! Thanks for posting.

I noticed you don't have this one:
http://people.inf.elte.hu/zirtaai/techu ... x_2003.pdf
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Ah, finally, Kickasstorrents let me upload: https://kat.cr/grammar-pile-3-0-t10905425.html

Their page also has a pretty nifty widget for navigating the folders and seeing all the files.
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I will share to the other board.
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Also, can I say that this is hands-down one of the greatest things I have ever come across.

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I don't think I currently have enough disk space on my computer to download this right now. >_>
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Well, you can always pick just the ones that most interest you. Torrents aren't an all-or-nothing deal, if you want you can only download a few of the files.
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*drools*
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*bump* we can't lose this.
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Both links appear to be down, can we get a new upload?
EDIT: Nevermind, the Kickasstorrents link still works.

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You have really an awesome collection of grammar books!
See here for a short introduction of some of my conlangs: http://cals.conlang.org/people/472

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Update:

I haven't looked at how well-seeded the torrent file is in months, but in case anyone doesn't want to deal with torrents, Grammar Pile 3.0 is on Google Drive: https://drive.google.com/folderview?id= ... EllMzJBSEk

We haven't really worked much on expanding it much since July, but here is a small addenda folder (which will be periodically updated, hopefully) of new or improved grammars: https://drive.google.com/folderview?id= ... WppT3QyUFU

We've also been working on another collection, called the "Stack", which is for linguistics textbooks, surveys, typological studies, etc. It will also, hopefully, be periodically updated: https://drive.google.com/folderview?id= ... 214cnp5RjQ
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Is there any way to download them all from google drive at once? I can only seem to get one at a time.

Edit: Found out like 2 seconds after I posted. Open it in "my drive", right click the parent folder and download.

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I love you! :-D Awesome compilation.

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Think i might have found an error. "Myene; A grammar of the Mpongwe language (Wilson) (1847)" is in Benue-Congo in Niger-Congo sans Bantu despite being Bantu.
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