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    LIABUKU

     
    Liabuku 500 to 1,500 possibly (1991 R. van den Berg SIL). Southeast Sulawesi, one village north of Baubau in Bungi and Kapontori districts, south Buton. Austronesian, Malayo-Polynesian, Western Malayo-Polynesian, Sulawesi, Muna-Buton, Muna. Quite divergent from other Muna varieties; it may be part of the Pancana language. 82% lexical similarity with the Burukene dialect of Muna, 72% to 76% with other Muna dialects, 72% with Muna, 75% with Kioko. Muslim. Survey needed.
     

    Source: Joshua Project