Northeast Vanuatu-Banks Islands languages


Northeast Vanuatu-Banks Islands languages

The family of Northeast Vanuatu-Banks Islands languages is a subgroup of the North and Central Vanuatu languages. It consists of almost 80 languages.

Components

*Central Vanuatu languages
**Eton
**Lelepa
**Namakura
**North Efate
**South Efate
*East Vanuatu languages
**Alo-Teqel (extinct)
**Apma
**Baetora
**Central Maewo
**Dakaka
**East Ambae
**Hano/Raga
**Hiw
**Koro
**Lakona/Lakon
**Lehali
**Lehalurup
**Lonwolwol
**Marino
**Merlav/Mwerlap
**Mosina/Mwesen
**Mota
**Motlav/Mwotlap
**North Ambrym
**Nume
**Paama
**Port Vato
**Sa
**Seke
**Sowa
**Southeast Ambrym
**Toga/Lo-Toga
**Vatrata/Vera'a
**West Ambae
**Wetamut/Dorig

*Epi languages
**Bieria-Maii languages
**Lamenu-Baki languages
*Malekula Coastal languages
**Axamb
**Aulua
**Maskelynes
**Malua Bay
**Malfaxal
**Mae
**Mpotovoro
**Unua
**Rerep
**Port Sandwich
**South West Bay
**Uripiv-Wala-Rano-Atchin dialect chain
**Vao
**Burmbar
*West Santo languages
**Akei
**Araki
**Amblong
**Aore
**Fortsenal
**Merei
**Mafea
**Malo
**Morouas
**Narango
**Navut
**Nokuku
**Piamatsina
**Roria
**Tambotalo
**Tangoa
**Tiale
**Tolomako
**Tutuba
**Tasmate
**Valpei
**Vunapu
**Wailapa
**Wusi


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