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us: Austronesian (Other)

de: Austronesische Sprachen (Andere)


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    • Adzera
    • Ajie
    • Ambrym
    • Amis
    • Anesu
    • Apma
    • Areare
    • Arop-Lokep
    • Arosi
    • Atayal
    • Bajau
    • Bakumpai
    • Balaesang
    • Banjar Hulu
    • Barangas
    • Bareë
    • Begak
    • Berawan
    • Biliau
    • Bimanese
    • Bolaang Mongondow
    • Buang
    • Bugotu
    • Bukar Sadong
    • Bunama
    • Bunun
    • Buol
    • Bwaidoga
    • Bwatoo
    • Camuhi
    • Carolinian
    • Daa
    • Dawawa
    • Dehu
    • Dobel
    • Dobu
    • Dumbea
    • Duri
    • Dusun
    • East Makian
    • East Uvean
    • Enggano
    • Enim
    • Eromanga
    • Favorlang
    • Futuna-Aniwa
    • Gapapaiwa
    • Gedaged
    • Gumasi
    • Halia
    • Ham
    • Hote
    • Iai (Loyalty Islands)
    • Iamalele
    • Ida'an
    • Iduna
    • Irahutu
    • Kaidipang
    • Kaili
    • Kaiwa (Papua New Guinea)
    • Kambera
    • Kapingamarangi
    • Kara (Papua New Guinea)
    • Katingan
    • Kaulong
    • Kayan (Borneo)
    • Kayu Agung
    • Kemak
    • Kerinci
    • Kiput
    • Kiriwinian
    • Koluwawa
    • Komodo
    • Kubu
    • Kuni
    • Kurada
    • Kutai
    • Kwara'ae
    • Lamenu
    • Lampung
    • Lau
    • Lavongai
    • Lembak Bilide
    • Lenakel
    • Letri Igona
    • Lewo
    • Lindrou
    • Lundayeh
    • Manam
    • Mandak
    • Mandara (Papua New Guinea)
    • Mangap
    • Manggarai (Indonesia)
    • Mangseng
    • Marquesan
    • Mekeo
    • Mele-Fila
    • Mentawai
    • Mokilese
    • Mori
    • Mortlockese
    • Motu
    • Mouk
    • Mukawa
    • Muna
    • Nakanai
    • Nali
    • Napu
    • Nemi
    • Nengone
    • Ngada
    • Ngaju
    • Ngatik
    • Nguna
    • Notsi
    • Nuaulu
    • Nukuoro
    • Numfor
    • Paiwan
    • Pala
    • Paranan
    • Pasir (Lawangan)
    • Pazeh
    • Pendau
    • Petats
    • Pileni
    • Puluwat
    • Puyuma
    • Ramoaaina
    • Rejang (Sumatra, Indonesia)
    • Rennellese
    • Roti
    • Rotuman
    • Rukai
    • Rungus
    • Saaroa
    • Sangen
    • Sangil
    • Sangir (Indonesia and Philippines)
    • Saposa
    • Sawu
    • Sedik
    • Semendo
    • Serawai
    • Sigi
    • Sikka
    • Siladang
    • Sinagoro
    • Sio
    • Sissano
    • Sobei
    • Sokop
    • Sonsorol-Tobi
    • Suau
    • Sumba
    • Sumbawa
    • Sursurunga
    • Suwawa
    • Tagal Murut
    • Tagula
    • Takuu
    • Talaud
    • Tamuan
    • Tanga (Tanga Islands)
    • Tavara (Papua New Guinea)
    • Tawoyan
    • Teop
    • Tidore
    • Tikopia
    • Timor
    • Timugon
    • Tinputz
    • Titan
    • Tolai
    • Tolaki
    • Tombulu
    • Tondano
    • Tonsea
    • Toraja
    • Toraja Sa'dan
    • Tuamotuan
    • Tubetube
    • Ulithi
    • Uma
    • Urak Lawoi̕̕
    • Uripiv
    • Wampar
    • Wandamen
    • Wewewa
    • Woleaian
    • Wolio
    • Yabim
    • Yamdena
  • Editorial Notes

    • Non-English forms of the name are contributed by National agencies.
  • Change Notes

    • 1970-01-01: new
    • 2012-08-02: changed
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