Volow is an Oceanic language from northern Vanuatu, which is now extinct.
The language in its context
Volow used to be spoken by a small community of farmers scattered in a few villages in the eastern part of the island of Motalava, in the Banks islands, in the northern part of Vanuatu. It was anchored in a village formerly named “Volow”, and now known as Aplow.
The phylogenetic affiliation of Volow is the same as the other 138 languages spoken in Vanuatu: Volow is an Oceanic language – and thus a member of the vast Austronesian family that covers most islands in the Pacific.
|https://doi.org/10.24397/pangloss-0002955||00:17:02||Conversation about the stone pedestals (nowon) and the monolith in Telvet||François, Alexandre||René Wolman|
|https://doi.org/10.24397/pangloss-0003315||00:11:18||The Chief and the Orphan||Vienne, Bernard — François, Alexandre||Wanhan|
|https://doi.org/10.24397/pangloss-0003317||00:02:28||The servant taken away by the sea||Vienne, Bernard||Wanhan|
|https://doi.org/10.24397/pangloss-0007576||00:02:24||The servant taken away by the sea||Vienne, Bernard||Wanhand|
|https://doi.org/10.24397/pangloss-0007578||00:11:09||The Chief and the Orphan||Vienne, Bernard — François, Alexandre||Wanhand|
|https://doi.org/10.24397/pangloss-0007596||00:01:35||The petrified canoe||Vienne, Bernard||Wanhand|
|https://doi.org/10.24397/pangloss-0007597||00:01:30||The people of Beklag||Vienne, Bernard||Wanhand|
|https://doi.org/10.24397/pangloss-0007598||00:00:07||The people of Volow||Vienne, Bernard||Wanhand|
|https://doi.org/10.24397/pangloss-0007599||00:01:00||A story||Vienne, Bernard||Wanhand|
|https://doi.org/10.24397/pangloss-0007600||00:04:24||Placenames in Volow area||Vienne, Bernard||Wanhand|
|https://doi.org/10.24397/pangloss-0007601||00:05:41||Various short stories||Vienne, Bernard||Wanhand|