Kalumpang

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A language of Indonesia

Alternate Names
Galumpang, Maki, Ma’ki, Makki, Mangki, Mangkir
Population

20,000 (2012 S. Samboy).

Location

Headwaters, Karama river; Sulawesi Barat Province, southeast Mamuju regency, Kalumpang subdistrict; also, Sulawesi Selatan Province.

Language Status

6a (Vigorous).

Dialects

Bone Hau (Ta’da), Karataun (E’da, Makki). Smaller dialects not listed. Lexical similarity: 78% with Mamasa [mqj], 78% with Tae’ [rob], 74% with Toraja-Sa’dan [sda]; 82% between Karataun and Bone Hau dialects.

Language Use

Vigorous. Used as L2 by Talondo’ [tln].

Other Comments

Christian, Muslim.