Aka-Kora (ack)

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Also Known As: Aka-Kora Language,Kora


Aka-Kora (also known as Kora) is an extinct language of the Andaman Islands, India, spoken by the Aka-Kora people. Before the arrival of British and Indian settlers (and the subsequent decline in diversity among the linguistic and cultural stock on the Andaman Islands), Aka-Kora was spoken on the northeast and north central coasts of North Andaman Island. It was also spoken on Smith Island.

The Aka-Kora language code is ISO 639-3:ack...... full article at Wikipedia

Location of Aka-Kora Speakers



Main Country: India
Spoken In:

Regions: Asia

ISO 639-3 Code: ack

Classification Taxonomy

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  Andamanese Group

    Great Andamanese Group

      Northern Great Andamanese Group