The Arta language, or Edilod, is a Philippine language spoken by around ten native speakers in Quirino and Aurora provinces in Luzon, the Philippines. This language belongs to the branch of the Northern Luzon of the Malayo-Polynesian subgroup of Austronesian. The speakers are all so-called Negrito population, mostly over the age of 50. This dictionary in progress is based on the data collected by Yukinori Kimoto, since 2012.
Kimoto, Yukinori. 2017a. Mora, Vowel Length, and Diachrony: Case for Arta, A Philippine Negrito Language. In Liao Hsiu-chuan (ed.) JSEALS Special Publication No. 1. Issues in Austronesian Historical Linguistics: 1–22.
Kimoto, Yukinori. 2017b. A Grammar of Arta: A Philippine Negrito language. Ph.D dissertation, Kyoto University, Japan.
Kimoto, Yukinori. 2019. Multi-CAST Arta. In Haig, Geoffrey & Schnell, Stefan (eds.), Multi-CAST: Multilingual corpus of annotated spoken texts. (multicast.aspra.uni-bamberg.de/#arta).
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