| Tetey |
|Period||ca. 1 YP|
|Spoken in|| southern Wohata,|
|Classification|| Dumic languages |
|Basic word order||SOV|
Tetey is a language of the Dumic family, spoken around 1 YP. The most prestigious form of the language, the Central dialect, was spoken natively in the settlements of Kokete, Ukelse and Ocezo in the south of the Wohata plain.
It is the only Dumic language of the period to have ejective consonants; other distinguishing features within the family include four grammatical numbers and two genders.