|Geographic distribution||Eastern Amutet|
|Linguistic classification||Tingwe-ǂaa Uteq Languages|
|Subdivisions|| Tingwe |
The Tingwe family of eastern Amutet is distantly related to the ǂaa Uteq languages. It consists of two related branches, one Tingwe proper, a language spoken in the low-lying areas west of the Fish River by settled populations, the other branch the Akhukhemikam branch of the isolated Akhukhem Mountains northeast of the Fish River's alpine source.