Busa language (Papuan)

Busa
Odiai
Native to Papua New Guinea
Region Sandaun Province, Amanab District, north of Upper Sepik River, west of Namia. 3 villages. Yare is north and east, Abau is south and west, Biaka is northwest.
Coordinates
Native speakers
240 (2000 census)[1]
Language codes
ISO 639-3 bhf
Glottolog odia1239[2]

The Busa language, also known as Odiai (Uriai), is a language isolate in northwestern Papua New Guinea. There were 244 speakers at the time of the 2000 census.

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