Otuho Language (lot)

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Also Known As: Lattuka,Lotuho,Otuxo,Olotorit,Latuka,Lotuko,Lotuka,Latooka,Lotuxo,Latuko


Otuho (also known as Lotuko or Lotuxo) is the language of the Lotuko ethnic group of Eastern Equatoria, an area in Southern Sudan. It is an Eastern Nilotic language, and has several dialects. The Otuho-speaking people are boarded by the Lokoro in the North, Bari on the West, the Acholi and the Madi in the South, the Didinga and the Boya in the East. The Otuho-Speaking region is characterized by ranges and mountains spurs such as the Imatong mountain which is the highest with an altitude of 10,453 ft above sea level. It is also the highest mountain in the whole of Sudan.

The region is divided into 5 major regions namely: Imatong , Valley, Dongotolo, Lopit, and the Great Plains regions...... full article at Wikipedia

Location of Otuho Language Speakers


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Detailed Description:


Main Country: Sudan
Spoken In:

Regions: Africa

ISO 639-3 Code: lot

Classification Taxonomy

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  Nilo-Saharan Group

    Eastern Sudanic Group

      Nilotic Group

        Eastern Nilotic Group

          Lotuxo-Teso Group

            Lotuxo-Maa Group

              Lotuxo Group

                Otuho Language