Neyo (Newole)

Neyo is a member of the Eastern Kru branch of the Niger-Congo language family. It is spoken near the mouth of the Sassandra River in southern Ivory Coast, particularly in Kébé and Neyo cantons of Sassandra subprefecture of Bas-Sassandra district. In 1993 there were about 9,200 speakers of Neyo, which is also known as Gwibwen or Towi.

Neyo alphabet

Neyo alphabet

Download alphabet charts for Neyo (Excel)

Information about the Neyo alphabet supplied by Wolfram Siegel (PDF)

Sample videos in Neyo


Information about Neyoéyo_(langue)

Kru languages

Bassa, Bete (Daloa), Godié, Guere, Jabo, Neyo, Nyabwa, Wobé, Yocoboué Dida

Languages written with the Latin alphabet

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