|Native to||Papua New Guinea|
|Region||Sandaun Province, Rocky Peak Mountains.|
Alternate names include Alowiemino, Laro, Iyo, Yinibu, and Rocky Peak. (Some list Rocky Peak/Yinibu as a separate language; insufficient research has been conducted as to the exact relation among the languages in the Left May dialect continuum.)
Most speakers are monolingual, but some also speak Ama.
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