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Retta (Reta) is a Papuan language spoken on the south sides of Pula and Ternate islands, between Pantar and Alor in the Alor archipelago of Indonesia. It is not mutually intelligible with Blagar, which is spoken on the north side of Pula Island, and is unrelated to Alorese, which is spoken on the north side of Ternate.
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