Ama (Papua New Guinea) (Ama) Bible - New Testament

Ama (Papua New Guinea) (Ama) Bible - New Testament

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Ama (Papua New Guinea) (Ama) Bible - New Testament

Ama (Sawiyanu) is a Left May language of Papua New Guinea, in East Sepik Province. Former dialects have merged. Ethnologue reports that it is spoken in Ama (Wopolu I) (4.103263°S 141.665012°E / -4.103263; 141.665012 (Ama)), Kauvia (Kawiya) (4.123436°S 141.662939°E / -4.123436; 141.662939 (Kavia)), Waniap creek (4.215844°S 141.728851°E / -4.215844; 141.728851 (Waniap)), Wopolu II (Nokonufa) (4.072957°S 141.706211°E / -4.072957; 141.706211 (Waburu 1&2)), and Yonuwai (4.193624°S 141.603848°E / -4.193624; 141.603848 (Yenuai)) villages of Tunap-Hunstein Rural LLG, East Sepik Province.