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akj – Aka-Jeru
gac – Great Andamanese creole
The Jeru language, Aka-Jeru (also known as Yerawa, not to be confused with Järawa), is a Great Andamanese language, of the Northern group. Whether Jeru is extinct is disputed. At issue is whether the surviving Great Andamanese language is Jeru or a creole based on several languages, of which Jeru was a primary component. Jeru was spoken in the interior and south coast of North Andaman and on Sound Island.
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