Wandamen is a Malayo-Polynesian language spoken by about 5,000
people in Cenderawasih Bay on the Doberai Peninsula in West Papua
in Indonesia. Wandamen is one of several closely related dialects
collectively known as Wamesa - the other dialects are Windesi
Wandamen alphabet and pronunciation
- g is always followed by ng in native words.
- j and l are only used in loanwords and in foreign names.
- c, f, h, q, x and z are only used in foreign names.
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