This project provides a multimedia corpus of the Ujir language, combining audio, video and photo materials with text files, glosses and translations. Ujir is a critically endangered Austronesian language spoken in Maluku, Indonesia, in the north-west of the Aru archipelago.
Sonny A. Djonler, Benjamin Daigle, Emilie Wellfelt, Antoinette Schapper, A. Ross Gordon, David de Winne, and Jock Hughes. (1985 - 2016). Collection "Aru languages". The Language Archive. https://hdl.handle.net/1839/cee94a95-1ed1-48b0-9175-552b0ca2a0b3. (Accessed 2023-05-30)
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