The Ram languages are a small family of clearly related languages, Karawa, Pouye (Bouye), and Awtuw. They are generally classified among the Sepik languages of northern Papua New Guinea.

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  • Les langues ram sont une famille de langues papoues parlées en Papouasie-Nouvelle-Guinée, dans le nord-ouest du pays. (fr)
  • The Ram languages are a small family of clearly related languages, Karawa, Pouye (Bouye), and Awtuw. They are generally classified among the Sepik languages of northern Papua New Guinea. (en)
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  • Papuan
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  • ramm1241
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  • Ram
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  • Ram
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  • Sepik River basin, Papua New Guinea
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  • Les langues ram sont une famille de langues papoues parlées en Papouasie-Nouvelle-Guinée, dans le nord-ouest du pays. (fr)
  • The Ram languages are a small family of clearly related languages, Karawa, Pouye (Bouye), and Awtuw. They are generally classified among the Sepik languages of northern Papua New Guinea. (en)
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  • Langues ram (fr)
  • Ram languages (en)
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