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Suarmin language

Suarmin
Asabano
Duranmin
Native to Papua New Guinea
Region Sandaun Province
Native speakers
140 (2000)[1]
Sepik?
Language codes
ISO 639-3 seo
Glottolog suar1238[2]

Suarmin, or Asabano, is a Sepik language spoken in Sandaun Province, Papua-New Guinea. Alternative names are Akiapmin, Duranmin. Glottolog leaves it unclassified:

Typological arguments are not sufficient to conclude a Leonard Schultze family with Walio. Neither is the shared animate-suffix with Walio conclusive of a genetic relation. The lexical evidence does not show any conclusive genetic relationship either, be it inside or outside Leon[h]ard Schultze, or with Papi (a higher figure (29%) of Papi–Duranmin lexicostatistical relations
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