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|Linguistic classification:||One of Sahar's primary language families|
The Baitaar languages are a language family native to eastern Vaniua and western Parshita, primarily in areas surrounding the Zwazwan Gulf. They feature predominantly agglutinative and head-final typology, and all feature a degree of ergativity and pluractionality.
In common with other languages in the region, such as the Amaian languages and Balak, stative verbs fill the role of adjectives, ...