About the Tooro language
Tooro, also known as BOrutoro, Rutooro, Rutoro, Toro, is a language of Uganda. It has over 846,000 users in Bundibugyo, Kabarole, Kamwenge, Kasese, Kibaale, Kyenjojo, Kyegegwa, and Ntoroko districts; West, south and southeast of Lake Albert.
Dialects include; Tuku, Rutuku. Hema [nix] (Nyoro-Toro) in Democratic Republic of the Congo is slightly different. Tuku dialect is most likely a separate language. Lexical similarity: 78%–93% with Nyoro.
Standardized form of the western languages (Nyankore-Chiga and Nyoro-Tooro) is called Runyakitara, and is taught at the University and used in internet browsing, but is a hybrid language.
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