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|Native to||Solomon Islands|
The language used to be known by outsiders as Nanggu (IPA: [naᵑɡu]), from the name of one of the villages where it is still spoken. This name is also spelled Nangu or Nagu.
- Boerger, Brenda; Næss, Åshild; Vaa, Anders; Emerine, Rachel; Hoover, Angela. 2012. Sociological factors in Reefs-Santa Cruz language vitality: a 40 year retrospective. International Journal of the Sociology of Language. Volume 2012, Issue 214, Pages 111–152, ISSN (Online) 1613-3668, ISSN (Print) 0165-2516, DOI: 10.1515/ijsl-2012-0023.
- Vaa, Anders. 2013. A Grammar of Engdewu. An Oceanic language of Solomon Islands. Doctoral thesis, U. of Oslo, Norway. 588 pp.
- Materials on Nanggu are included in the open access Arthur Capell (AC2) and Stephen Wurm (SAW2) collections held by Paradisec
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