East Vanuatu languages


East Vanuatu languages

The family of East Vanuatu languages is a subgroup of the Northeast Vanuatu-Banks Islands languages. It consists of 29 languages.

Components

*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


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