'Ala'ala

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'Ala'ala (nrz)

'Ala'ala (referred to in the literature as Lala, Nara, or Pokau) is a Central Papuan language of the Papuan Tip cluster spoken by about 4000 people living on and near the coast about 100 to 150km northwest of Port Moresby in Papua New Guinea.
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nrz (etlg, gllg, wals, wp)
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'Ala'ala

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Literature
  • Ross, Malcom (2002), 'Ala'ala. In: Lynch, John and Ross, Malcom and Crowley, Terry, The Oceanic LanguagesRichmond: Curzon, pp. 347--361.
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