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Wutung Spoken in Sandaun Province, Papua New Guinea Total speakers 900 in 2003 Language family Skou Vanimo Wutung Language codes ISO 639-3 wut This page contains IPA phonetic symbols in Unicode. Without rendering support you may see irregular vowel positioning and a lack of conjuncts. More... Wutung (Udung) is a Skou language of Papua New Guinea which is spoken in the village of Wutung. Contents 1 Location 2 Phonology 2.1 Consonants 2.2 Vowels 3 Pronouns 4 References 5 External links Location The village is in Sandaun Province, on the northern coast and adjacent to the border with Indonesia. There are about 500 living in Wutung village, most of whom speak Wutung. The nearby villages of Musu (12 km east on the coast) and Nyao Kono (about 12 km due south) have closely related languages which are named after their villages (Musu and Nyao). These three speech varieties are very closely related and are mutually intelligible. Phonology Wutung has fifteen consonants and seven vowels, six of which have nasal variants. This gives a total of 28 phonemes. Wutung also makes suprasegmental distinctions in tone. Consonants   Bilabial Labiodental Alveolar Palatal Glottal Voiceless plosive p t tʃ ʔ Voiced plosive b d dʒ Nasal m n ɲ Fricative f s h Lateral l Approximant w Vowels Wutung has thirteen vowels, which includes seven oral and six nasal vowels. The table below shows the oral vowels. Each of these vowels, apart from the close-mid vowel ur /ɵ/, has an equivalent nasal vowel. The nasal vowels are indicated using the same symbol as the equivalent oral, but with a following ng, eg ca, 'pig' vs. cang 'blossom', the latter having the nasal vowel. Front Central Back Close i /i/ u /u/ Mid ey /e/ ur /ɵ/ o /o/ Open e /ɛ/ a /a/ Pronouns Wutung has a simple system of personal pronouns with three persons (1st, 2nd and 3rd), two numbers (singular and plural) and gender in the third person singular pronouns. The same set of pronouns are used for object and subject. I nie we netu thou me you etu he qey they tetu she cey References Marmion, Doug (2010). Topics in the Phonology and Morphology of Wutung. Canberra: Australian National University.  External links Ethnologue report for language code:wut This Papua New Guinea-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e This Papuan languages-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e