The Indonesian island of Sumba, where the Sumba languages are spoken
The Sumba languages are a subgroup of the Austronesian language family, spoken on Sumba, an island in eastern Indonesia. They are closely related to the Hawu–Dhao languages.
A preliminary internal classification by Asplund (2010) recognizes three branches of the Sumba languages:
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