Kula (Kola) or Lamtoka (Lantoka), also known as Tanglapui, is a Papuan language spoken in villages on the north coast, south coast and mountainous interior of Alor Island in Indonesia. Dialects are Kula proper, Kulatela, Watena, Kula Watena, Iramang, Larena, Sumang, Arumaka. Most settlements were Kula is spoken are "new villages" that have only been inhabited since the 1960s. Due to this recent resettlement, and since usage of the language is disencouraged in schools, Kula is an endangered language.
The data in this section are taken from Williams (2017). Phonemes in brackets are "marginal phonemes".
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