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A language spoke in the Alor Archipelago of Indonesia.
Origin: From abui ("mountains; enclosed place").
Abui is a language of the Alor Archipelago. It belongs to the Trans–New Guinea family spoken approximately by 16,000 speakers in the central part of the Alor Island in Eastern Indonesia, East Nusa Tenggara province. The native name is Abui tanga which literally translates as 'mountain language'.
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