|200 in more accessible areas (2001 census)|
|Malayalam script, Ponnani script|
Aranadan or Eranadan (ISO: ēṟanāṭan; Malayalam: ഏറനാടൻ; Arabic: ا٘يرَناڊَن) is a Dravidian language spoken by several hundred people, predominantly in the Malappuram District of Kerala state, India. It is similar to Malayalam and Tamil, and also contains elements of the Kannada language. It is also known as Aranatan or Malappuram Bhasha.
- Aranadan language at Ethnologue (18th ed., 2015)
- Endangered Languages Project data for Aranadan.
- Kumar Suresh Singh; Anthropological Survey of India (2002). People of India. Anthropological Survey of India. p. 195. ISBN 978-81-85938-99-8.
- Ethnologue report for language code: aaf
- Kakkoth, Seetha (2004). "Demographic profile of an autochthonous tribe: the Aranadan of Kerala" (PDF). Anthropologist. 6 (3): 163–167. Retrieved 5 April 2011.
|Aranadan language test of Wikipedia at Wikimedia Incubator|
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