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Birao language information


Birao
Native toSolomon Islands
RegionGuadalcanal
Native speakers
(5,900 cited 1999)[1]
Language family
Austronesian
  • Malayo-Polynesian
    • Oceanic
      • Southeast Solomonic
        • Gela–Guadalcanal
          • Guadalcanal
            • Birao
Language codes
ISO 639-3brr
Glottologbira1254

Birao (Mbirao) is a Southeast Solomonic language of Guadalcanal.

  1. ^ Birao at Ethnologue (18th ed., 2015) (subscription required)

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