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Mufian (Muhian, Muhiang), or Southern Arapesh, is an Arapesh language of Papua New Guinea. Dialects are Supari, Balif, Filifita (Ilahita), Iwam-Nagalemb, Nagipaem; Filifita speakers are a little over half the population. There are 17 classes for count nouns in Mufian, plus two extra classes, i.e. proper names and place names. Noun classes are expressed in noun suffixes, adjective suffixes, and verb prefixes. Some examples of Mufian noun classes: There are a few irregularities in these noun classes.
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Language type : Living

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