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The Bale language, Akar-Bale (also Balwa), is an extinct Southern Great Andamanese language once spoken in the Andaman Islands in Ritchie's Archipelago, Havelock Island, and Neill Island.
Source : DBpedia

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[en] Akar-Bale language
[fi] Bale
[hr] Akar-Bale jezik
[id] Bahasa Akar-Bale
[pl] Język akar-bale

Language type : Extinct

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ISO 639-3 : acl

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