Language:  Torres Strait Creole

Population of Groups Speaking

6,300

People Groups Speaking as Primary Language

2

Scripture Status

Audio Bible

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Not Available

Gospel Recordings

Map Notes
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Photo People Group Country Country
Population
Global
Population
Indigenous Primary Religion Progress
Scale
% Christian
Adherent
%
Evangelical
Est. Workers
Needed *
Kuuku-Yau Australia Unknown Unknown Christianity 50.00 % 50.00 % -
Torres Strait Islander Australia 6,300 6,300 Christianity 70.00 % 25.00 % -
  Totals:  2           0     0
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Photo People Group Country Population Global
Population
Indigenous Primary Religion Progress
Scale
% Christian
Adherent
%
Evangelical
Est. Workers
Needed *
 
No reported people groups speaking this as secondary language
  Totals:  0           0     0

Language Alternate Names
Ailan Tok
Ap-Ne-Ap
Big Thap
Blaik
Blaiman
Broken
Cape York Creole
Creole
Pizin
Tores Streit Yumplatok
Torres Strait Broken
Torres Strait Pidgin English
West Torres
Yumplatok

Dialects
Ap-ne-ap
Modern Langus
Yumpla Tok

Dialect Alternate Names
Lockhart Creole
Lockhart River
Pidgin English: Lockhart River
Torres Strait Creole
Torres Strait Creole: Ap-ne-ap
Torres Strait Creole: Yumpla Tok

Bible Translation Year / Status
Bible Portions 1997
New Testament 2014
Complete Bible None Reported

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