Aru languages


Aru languages
Aru
Geographic
distribution:
Indonesia
Linguistic classification: Austronesian
Subdivisions:

The Aru languages are a group of a dozen Central Maluku languages[1] spoken on the Aru Islands in Indonesia. None are spoken by more than ten thousand people.

The languages are:

  • Barakai
  • Batuley
  • Dobel
  • Karey
  • Koba
  • Kola
  • Kompane
  • Lola
  • Lorang
  • Manombai
  • Mariri
  • Tarangan
  • Ujir


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