|Native to||Papua New Guinea|
|Region||East New Britain Province, Pomio District, southeast coast and inland near Cape Dampier.|
Lote (also known as Lohote) is an Austronesian language spoken by about 6,000 people who live around Cape Dampier on the south coast of New Britain in Papua New Guinea. The language was earlier known as Uvol, after the name of a local river, where the first wharf and later airstrip were built.
Pearson, Greg, with René van den Berg. 2008. Lote Grammar Sketch. Data Papers on Papua New Guinea Languages, vol. 54. Ukarumpa: SIL-PNG Academic Publications.
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