|Region||between Bahia and Maranhão|
|Extinct||mid 20th century|
|ISO 639-3||included in kzw|
Phonology of the Dzubukua language:
Vowel sounds are presented as [i, ɨ, u, e, o, a] and [œ] which is written out as a double vowel oe. Nasal vowels are pronounced as [ɐ̃, ẽ, ĩ, õ, ũ] along with nasalized double vowels oê and aê, not pronounced as diphthongs, but as nasalized monophthongs [œ̃, æ̃].
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