Èdè Swàhílì: Ìyàtọ̀ láàrin àwọn àtúnyẹ̀wò

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|familycolor=Niger-Congo
|states={{flag|Burundi}}<br />{{flag|Congo DR}}<br />{{flag|Kenya}}<br />{{flag|Mozambique}}<br />{{flag|Rwanda}}<br />{{flag|Somalia}}<br />{{flag|Tanzania}}<br />{{flag|Uganda}}<br />{{flag|Oman}}<ref>[http://www.ethnologue.com/show_language.asp?code=swh Ethnologue list of countries where Swahili is spoken]<br />Thomas J. Honneybusch, 2010, "Swahili", ''International Encyclopedia of Linguistics'', Oxford, pp. 99-106<br />David Dalby, 1999/2000, ''The Linguasphere Register of the World's Languages and Speech Communities'', Linguasphere Press, Volume Two, pg. 733-735<br />Benji Wald, 1994, "Sub-Saharan Africa", ''Atlas of the World's Languages'', Routledge, pp. 289-346, maps 80, 81, 85</ref>
|speakersIye onílò=First language: 5–10 million{{Fact|date=December 2008}} <br />FirstEde andabinibi secondati languageEde k'eji: 50+ million<ref name="marten">Lutz Marten, "Swahili", ''Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics,'' 2nd ed., 2006, Elsevier</ref>
|fam2=[[Atlantic-Congo languages|Atlantic-Congo]]
|fam3=[[Benue-Congo languages|Benue-Congo]]
|fam7=[[Northeast Coast Bantu]]
|fam8=[[Sabaki languages|Sabaki]]
|scriptItona kiko=[[Itona kiko|Latin]], [[Itona kiko|Larubawa]]
|nation={{noflag|[[African Union]]}}<br />{{flag|Kenya}}<br />{{flag|Tanzania}}<br />{{flag|Uganda}}
|agency=[[Baraza la Kiswahili la Taifa]] (Tanzania)
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