Civili is a language of the Republic of Congo spoken by about 14,000 people mostly in Kouilou, Niari and Pointe-Noire departments.
The language is also spoken in Gabon by over 7,000 people.
Civili dialects include Civili ci Loango, Civili ci Moongo, Civili ci Yombe, Civili ci Waanda, Kotchi, Lindji and Woyo.
Over 70% of Civili speakers identify as Christians.
The Civili New testament Bible was published and launched in 2019.