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Jarawa (India)


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Järawa or Jarwa is an Ongan language spoken by the Jarawa people of the interior and south central Rutland Island, central interior and south interior South Andaman Island, and the west coast of Middle Andaman Island. Järawa means 'foreigners' in Aka-Bea, their traditional enemies. Like many peoples, they call themselves simply aong people.
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[en] Jarawa (India)
[fi] Jarawa
[hr] Jarawa
[pl] Język jarawa
[ru] Джарава
[es] Idioma järawa

Language type : Living

Language resources for Jarawa (India)

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Wiktionnaire - Catégorie:jarawa (îles Andaman) [fr]

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