Manjak or Manjack (French: Mandjak, Mandyak; Portuguese: Manjaco) or Njak is a Bak language of Guinea-Bissau and Senegal. The language is also known as Kanyop.
Dialects are distinct enough that some might be considered separate languages. They are:
- Bok (Babok, Sarar, Teixeira Pinto, Tsaam)
- Likes-Utsia (Baraa, Kalkus)
- Cur (Churo)
- Yu (Pecixe, Siis, Pulhilh)
- Unhate (Binhante, Bissau)
In 2006, the total number of speakers was estimated at 315,300, including 184,000 in Guinea-Bissau, 105,000 in Senegal and 26,300 in The Gambia.