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Ollari language

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Ollari language

Ollari Kondekor
Native to India
Native speakers
15,000 Ollari; 8,000 Kondekor (2002; 2000)[1]
  • Central
    • Parji–Gadaba
      • Ollari Kondekor
Language codes
ISO 639-3 Either:
gdb – Ollari (Gadaba)
gau – Kondekor (Gadaba)
Glottolog pott1240  (Pottangi Ollar Gadaba)[2]
mudh1235  (Mudhili Gadaba)[3]

The Ollari language (also known as Pottangi Ollar Gadaba, Ollar Gadaba, Ollaro, Hallari, Allar, Hollar Gadbas) is a Central Dravidian language. A closely related variety is Kondekor (also known as Gadaba, San Gadaba, Gadba, Sano, Kondekar, Kondkor, Konḍekor Gadaba, Mudhili Gadaba). The two have been treated either as dialects, or as separate languages.[4] They are spoken in and around Pottangi, Koraput district, Orissa and in Srikakulam District,

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