Kwamera language


Kwamera
South Tanna
Nafe, Nɨfe
Native toVanuatu
RegionTanna Island
Native speakers
3,500 (2001)[1]
Language codes
ISO 639-3tnk
Glottologkwam1252

Kwamera, or South Tanna, the endonym being Nafe (Nɨfe), is a language spoken on the southeastern coast of Tanna Island in Vanuatu.

Writing system


Kwamera alphabet[2]
Majuscules A E F Fw G H I Ɨ K Kw M Mw N O P Pw R S T U V
Minuscules a e f fw g h i ɨ k kw m mw n o p pw r s t u v

References


  1. ^ Kwamera at Ethnologue (18th ed., 2015)
  2. ^ Lindstrom 1986, p. vi.









Categories: Languages of Vanuatu | South Vanuatu languages | Oceanic language stubs




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