Buri Wolio

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A dual-language street sign, Jl. Sultan Hasanuddin, in Baubau, written in both the Indonesian language and Buri Wolio

Buri Wolio is an Arabic/Jawi script modified to write Wolio, a language spoken in and around Baubau, the capital of Buton, Southeast Sulawesi, Indonesia. Generally, this script is same with Jawi script, except in Buri Wolio, vowel sounds are symbolized. This script has 22 letters, 17 letters from Arabic alphabet and 5 letters from Jawi script.[1]

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