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|Region||Papua New Guinea|
Map: The Abom language of New Guinea
The Abom language (located bottom center, to the west of the gulf)
Other Trans–New Guinea languages
Other Papuan languages
All of the speakers are older adults. Middle-aged adults have some understanding of it, but no children speak or understand Abom.
- "Sociolinguistic survey of the Tirio language family", Tim Jore and Laura Aleman. Unpublished Manuscript.
- "Endangered languages listing: ABOM [aob]" (PDF). Retrieved 2014-05-06.
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