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The Abinomn language is a language isolate initially reported by Mark Donohue from Papua province, Indonesia. It is also known as Avinomen, Baso (deprecated), and Foia. There are about 300 speakers.
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The Abinomn pronouns are:
I mit we mor we awp you (nominative) ni you two por you pi he, she in, nn they two nar they kn
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