Awara is a member of the Finisterre branch of Trans–New Guinea languages spoken in Morobe Province of Papua New Guinea by about 1,900. Awara speakers live mainly in 14 villages in the Markham district south of the Finisterre mountain range. It is closely related to Wantoat.

Awara alphabet and pronunciation

Awara alphabet and pronunciation

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Details of Awara pronunciation provided by Michael Peter Füstumum

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Information about Awara

Trans-New Guinea languages

Amele, Awara, Barai, Blagar Dadibi, Daga, Huli, Kanasi, Meriam Mir, Tairoa, Teiwa, Wantoat

Languages written with the Latin alphabet

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