Vamale is a member of the New Caledonian branch of the Malayo-Polynesian language family. It is spoken by about 180 people in the north of Grande Terre Island in New Caledonia, particularly between Tiendanite, We Hava, Téganpaïk and Tiouandé.

Vamale is also known as Moaeke, Hmwaeke, Pamale or Neukaledonien. It can be written with the Latin alphabet.

Vamale alphabet and pronunciation

Vamale alphabet and pronunciation

Download a script chart for Vamale (Excel)
Details of the Vamale alphabet provided by Wolfram Siegel


Information about Vamale

New Caledonian languages

Ajië, Caac, Cèmuhî, Drehu, Iaai, Ndrumbea, Nengone, Numèè, Nyelâyu, Paicî, Vamale, Xârâcùù

Languages written with the Latin alphabet

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