A language of Kenya
ISO 639-3: rag
||197,000 in Kenya (1987 BTL), increasing. Population total all countries: 197,300.
||Western Province, Vihiga District. Also in Tanzania.
Kenya, reference number 28
||Llogole, Llugule, Logooli, Lugooli, Luragoli, Maragoli, Maragooli, Ragoli, Uluragooli
||Lexical similarity: 70%–80% with Idakho-Isukha-Tiriki [ida].
||Niger-Congo, Atlantic-Congo, Volta-Congo, Benue-Congo, Bantoid, Southern, Narrow Bantu, Central, J, Masaba-Luyia (J.30), Luyia
A member of macrolanguage Oluluyia [luy] (Kenya).
||Vigorous. Home, community. All ages. Positive attitude. Kiswahili [swh], other Oluluyia [luy] varieties.
||Literacy rate in L1: 10%–30%. Literacy rate in L2: 50%–75%. Taught in primary schools. Bible: 1951.
||The people are called ‘Avalogoli’. ‘Mulogoli’ is a person from Maragoli.
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