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Vulnerable

Native Speakers Worldwide

15,000

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Language Information By Source

South Asia and the Middle East
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Vulnerable

Native Speakers Worldwide

15,000

Domains of Use

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Speaker Number Trends

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Speakers

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Year of info

2007

Location and Context

Countries

India

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Location description

Andhra Pradesh state, Visakhapatnam and Srıkakulam districts, and Orissa state, Koraput district.

Government support

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Other writing systems

Andhra Pradesh state, Visakhapatnam and Srıkakulam districts, and Orissa state, Koraput district.

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At risk

Native Speakers Worldwide

118,597

Domains of Use

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Year of info

2010

Location and Context

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Coordinates

18.2763,82.9385

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Vulnerable

Native Speakers Worldwide

56,262

Domains of Use

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Year of info

2001

Location and Context

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India

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Location description

The majority of Konda speakers (54,612) live in Andhra Pradesh.

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The majority of Konda speakers (54,612) live in Andhra Pradesh.

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Vulnerable

Native Speakers Worldwide

20,000

Domains of Use

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Speaker Number Trends

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Year of info

2009

Location and Context

Countries

India

Coordinates

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Location description

Konda-Dora in Andhra Pradesh, Visianagaram, Srikakulam, East Godavari districts; Kubi in Orissa, Koraput District; Assam

Government support

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Script (Writing system)

Telugu script

Other writing systems

Konda-Dora in Andhra Pradesh, Visianagaram, Srikakulam, East Godavari districts; Kubi in Orissa, Koraput District; Assam

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Other languages used

Telugu; Adivasi Oriya

Domains of other languages

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Many ethnic Konda-Dora have adopted Telugu as their first language.

Vulnerable

Native Speakers Worldwide

16,000

Domains of Use

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Speaker Number Trends

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Year of info

2003

Location and Context

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Telugu script

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Year of info

2005

Location and Context

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Coordinates

19.5,83.0

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