Abun: Abun Tat language

Language name: Abun: Abun Tat
GRN Language Number: 6646
ISO Language Name: Abun [kgr]

Audio recordings available in Abun: Abun Tat

These recordings are designed for evangelism and basic Bible teaching to bring the gospel message to people who are not literate or are from oral cultures, particularly unreached people groups.

Peter's Advice to Cornelius (in Abun)

Messages from native believers for evangelism, growth and encouragement. May have denominational emphasis but follows mainstream Christian teaching. (C84000).

Other names for Abun: Abun Tat

Abun Tat
Karon Pantai

Where Abun: Abun Tat is spoken

Indonesia

Dialects related to Abun: Abun Tat

There are 5 similar spoken languages or dialects which share the same ISO language code as Abun: Abun Tat.

Abun
Abun: Abun Je
Abun: Abun Ji
Karon: Pantai
Madik Group

People Groups who speak Abun: Abun Tat

Abun;

Information about Abun: Abun Tat

Population: 3,000

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