There are at least 10 languages spoken in the country of Gambia, located on the African continent. These include Wollof, Serer-Sine, Sarahole, Pulaar, Maninkakan, Mandjaque, Mandingo, Jola-Fonyi and the Aku’s Creole (pidgin English). Most of the languages spoken in Gambia belong to the Niger-Congo language family. English is the official language spoken in schools and public offices. Most Gambian people are multi-lingual, speaking their tribal language, a second language and often English. Because Gambia is close to Senegal geographically, there are also people very fluent in French along Gambia’s border regions. Baby Name World has categories for Gambian, Bantu and African baby names and name meanings to help your name research.