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Lampung Nyo


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Lampung is the language of the Indonesian province of Lampung at the southern tip of Sumatra. It is a dialect cluster with two main dialects, perhaps distinct enough to be considered distinct languages: Abung/Pepadun (Lampung Nyow) and Pesisir/Say Batin (Lampung Api). A third, Komering, is sometimes considered part of Lampung Api, by others a distinct language. Lampung Api is the prestige variety. Before the introduction of the Roman script, Lampung was written in a script called Aksara Lampung, which is a variant of the Ulu scripts used throughout central and south Sumatra. The script is little known nowadays but occasionally taught at schools. Numerals in Lampung Nyow are 1 say, 2 ʁuwo, 3 tigo, 4 pak, 5 limo, 6 nəm, 7 pitəw, 8 waləw, 9 siwo, 10 ngəpuluh, 11 səbəlas, 100 səʁatus, 1000 səʁibu.
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[en] Lampung Nyo

Language type : Living

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