ʻŌlelo Liu Kiu

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Palapalaʻāina o nā ʻōlelo Liu Kiu.

ʻO nā ʻŌlelo Liu Kiu (琉球語派, Ryukyu-goha, penikī.: Ryukyuan languages) nā ʻōlelo ʻōiwi o nā mokupuni o Liu Kiu.

Nā ʻōlelo[E ho'opololei | edit source]

Inoa o nā ʻōlelo Liu Kiu[1]
Inoa Inoa ʻŌiwi
ʻŌlelo Okinawa Uchinaaguchi
ʻŌlelo Kunigami Yanbaru kutūba
ʻŌlelo Amami Shimayumuta
ʻŌlelo Miyako Myākufutsu
ʻŌlelo Yaeyama Yaimamuni
ʻŌlelo Ionaguni Dunan munui

Kūmole[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. Use them or lose them: There's more at stake than language in reviving Ryukyuan tongues (Japan Times)
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