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Mai Brat


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The Ayamaru language, or Mai Brat, is spoken by the Ayamaru people in the many villages around the Ayamaru Lakes on the Bird's Head Peninsula of West Papua. It is only distantly related to other languages, sharing 10% of its vocabulary with its nearest neighbors (apart from the very similar Karon Dori), though it may be part of the West Papuan family. Variant spellings of the language include Majbrat, Mey Brat, and Brat. Other names include Atinjo and Maite. Ayamaru is fairly isolating, with subject–verb–object and noun–adjective word order.
Source : DBpedia

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[en] Ayamaru language

Language type : Living

Language resources for Mai Brat

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Wiktionnaire - Catégorie:mai brat [fr]

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Following BCP 47 the recommended tag for this language is ayz.

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ISO 639-3 : ayz

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