Blagar is a Trans-New Guinea language spoken in Pantar island in the Alor archipelago of Indonesia by about 12,000 people. The Tereweng dialect, which is spoken on Teweweng Island off the coast of Pantar, is sometimes treated as a distinct language.

Blagar alphabet and pronunciation

Blagar alphabet and pronunciation

c, q, sy, x and z are only used in loanwords and foreign names.

Details of Blagar pronunciation provided by Michael Peter Füstumum

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Information about Blagar | Tower of Babel in Blagar


Information about Blagar

Trans-New Guinea languages

Amele, Awara, Barai, Beami, Blagar, Borong, Bunak, Dadibi, Daga, Huli, Kanasi, Ketengban, Makalero, Meriam Mir, Nobonob, Sawila, Tairoa, Teiwa, Wantoat

Languages written with the Latin alphabet

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