(orange) The Papora-Hoanya, Babuza, and Thao languages
The Sinicized Papora and Hoanya dialects constituted a Formosan language of Taiwan. They were spoken across the middle western side of the island, around Lishui, Chingshui, Shalu, and inland to Taichung.
Papora is also spelled Papola, Bupuran, Vupuran; another name is Hinapavosa.
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