Amaimon language

Infobox Language
region=Madang Province, Papua New Guinea
fam1=Trans-New Guinea
script=Latin alphabet

Amaimon is a Papuan language spoken by 1,781 people (as of 2003) in Madang Province, Papua New Guinea.

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