Ndrumbea is a member of the New Caledonian branch of Malayo-Polynesian languages. It is spoken on the southern tip of New Caledonian near the capital Nouméa and there are fewer that a thousand speakers, perhaps only two or three hundred.
The language is also known as Ndumbea, Dubea, Drubea and Païta, and the people who speak it are known as Dubea. Ndrumbea is a tonal language, high, mid, and low.
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Information about Ndrumbea alphabet and pronunciation compiled by Wolfram Siegel
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