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|Native to||Indonesia, East Timor|
|2,000 (ca. 2006)|
|ISO 639-3||None (|
Distribution of Bekais in East Timor (West Timor not shown)
- Cunningham, Ingram, & Sumbuk, 2006. Language Diversity in the Pacific: Endangerment And Survival, p. 122
- Hull, Geoffrey. 1998. "The basic lexical affinities of Timor's Austronesian languages: a preliminary investigation." Studies in Languages and Cultures of East Timor 1:97-202.
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