Ndyuka(Aukan) is a language of Suriname and French Guiana of the Ndyuka Maroon community. The language was used in trade between, the Ndyuka, Trio, and Wayana people. The language is on the verge of dying. Few Ndyukas speak the tongue.
In the 1900, Afaka, an Ndyuka developed a script for the creole.
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Caribbean Indigenous and Endangered Language. Aukan(Ndyuka). < http://www.caribbeanlanguages.org.jm/node/69 > retrieved 07-May-2012