||667,000 (2002 census).
||West, Hoima, Masindi, Bundibugyo, Kamwenge, and Kibale districts, south and southeast of Lake Albert.
Uganda, reference number 26
||Rutagwenda, Orunyoro (Nyoro). 73% inherent intelligibility with Gungu [rub]. Hema-Sud [nyo] (Nyoro-Toro) in Democratic Republic of the Congo is quite different. Lexical similarity: 78%–93% with Tooro [ttj], 77% with Nyankore [nyn] and Chiga [cgg], 67% with Nyambo [now] and Zinza [zin], 66% with Haya [hay], 62% with Kerewe [ked].
||Niger-Congo, Atlantic-Congo, Volta-Congo, Benue-Congo, Bantoid, Southern, Narrow Bantu, Central, J, Nyoro-Ganda (J.10)
||In Hoima and Masindi districts. Vigorous. Home, market, work. All ages. Also use English, Chiga, Tooro, or Ganda [lug].
||Literacy campaign in progress. Taught in primary schools. Newspapers. Radio programs. Grammar. Bible: 1912.
||Animal husbandry: cattle; fishermen; agriculturalists: millet, sorghum, plantains, sweet potatoes, beans, pumpkins, cowpeas, cassava, peanuts, cotton, tobacco; hunters. Christian, traditional religion, Muslim.