|Republic of the Congo , Democratic Republic of the Congo|
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Teke-Eboo (also Bamboma, Boma, Boo, Boõ, Eboo Teke, Eboom, Iboo, Teke-Boma and Central Teke) is a Bantu language and is spoken by around 20,400 Aboo members in the Republic of the Congo and the Democratic Republic of the Congo .
Teke-Eboo together with the languages Ngungwel , Tchitchege , Teke , Teke-Fuumu , Teke-Kukuya , Teke-Laali , Teke-Nzikou , Teke-Tege , Teke-Tsaayi , Teke-Tyee and Yaka form the Teke group. According to the classification of Malcolm Guthrie , Teke-Eboo belongs to the Guthrie zone B70.
63% of the vocabulary has similarities with the vocabulary of Teke-Laali, 75% with that of Teke-Tsaayi, 85% with that of Teke-Tyee, 86% with that of Teke-Kukuya, 89% with that of Ngungwel and 79 % with that of Teke-Tege.