The Ram languages are a small group of 3 languages: Karawa, Pouye (Bouye) and Awtuw. Ram is the word for 'man' in the languages that make up this group. They are generally classified among the Sepik languages of northern Papua New Guinea.

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  • The Ram languages are a small group of 3 languages: Karawa, Pouye (Bouye) and Awtuw. Ram is the word for 'man' in the languages that make up this group. They are generally classified among the Sepik languages of northern Papua New Guinea. (en)
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  • The Ram languages are a small group of 3 languages: Karawa, Pouye (Bouye) and Awtuw. Ram is the word for 'man' in the languages that make up this group. They are generally classified among the Sepik languages of northern Papua New Guinea. (en)
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