|Native to||East Timor|
|extinct since 1950s to 56 (2010 census)|
Distribution of Makuva speakers in East Timor
Makuva has been heavily influenced by neighboring East Timorese Papuan languages, to the extent that it was long thought to be a Papuan language. The ethnic population was 50 in 1981, but the younger generation uses Fataluku as their first or second language.
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