Uripiv, or more precisely Uripiv-Wala-Rano-Atchin, is a language spoken on Vanuatu. Uripiv is spoken today by about 9,000 people. Literacy rate of Uripiv speakers in their own language is 10–30%.
Uripiv proper forms a dialect chain with other dialects, namely Wala-Rano and Atchin. Uripiv dialect is the most northerly of these, and has 85% of its words in common with Atchin.
Uripiv is one of the few well-documented languages that use the rare bilabial trill.
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