Mato is a minor Austronesian language of northern Papua New Guinea just inside Morobe Province. Mato is also referred to by the names Nenaya, Nengaya, and Nineia. Mato language has two minor variations, Tabares and Remuk, and the two variations are each spoken in three separate villages. While Mato is surrounded by several other languages, this has no effect on the grammar changes within Mato boundaries. The linguistic situation is very stable, due in part to the geographical isolation of the Mato people.

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  • Le mato (ou nenaya ou nengaya ou nineia) est une des langues ngero-vitiaz, parlée par 580 locuteurs, dans la province de Morobe, côte nord de la péninsule Huon, près de la frontière entre les provinces de Madang et de Morobe. Il est proche à 67 % avec le ronji et comprend deux dialectes, le bonea et le nanaya. C'est une langue SVO. (fr)
  • Mato is a minor Austronesian language of northern Papua New Guinea just inside Morobe Province. Mato is also referred to by the names Nenaya, Nengaya, and Nineia. Mato language has two minor variations, Tabares and Remuk, and the two variations are each spoken in three separate villages. While Mato is surrounded by several other languages, this has no effect on the grammar changes within Mato boundaries. The linguistic situation is very stable, due in part to the geographical isolation of the Mato people. (en)
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  • Austronesian
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  • Mato
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  • Le mato (ou nenaya ou nengaya ou nineia) est une des langues ngero-vitiaz, parlée par 580 locuteurs, dans la province de Morobe, côte nord de la péninsule Huon, près de la frontière entre les provinces de Madang et de Morobe. Il est proche à 67 % avec le ronji et comprend deux dialectes, le bonea et le nanaya. C'est une langue SVO. (fr)
  • Mato is a minor Austronesian language of northern Papua New Guinea just inside Morobe Province. Mato is also referred to by the names Nenaya, Nengaya, and Nineia. Mato language has two minor variations, Tabares and Remuk, and the two variations are each spoken in three separate villages. While Mato is surrounded by several other languages, this has no effect on the grammar changes within Mato boundaries. The linguistic situation is very stable, due in part to the geographical isolation of the Mato people. (en)
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  • Mato (fr)
  • Mato language (en)
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  • Mato (en)
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