Samiksha Jaiswal

Durubalic languages

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Geographic distribution:  Queensland
Durubalic languages
Linguistic classification:  Pama–Nyungan Southeast New South Wales Durubal–Bandjalang Durubalic
Subdivisions:  Turrubal (Yagara) Gowar
Glottolog:  None duru1247  (Nunungal–Yagara) guwa1244  (Guwar)

Durubalic is a small family of extinct Australian Aboriginal languages of Queensland.

Bowern (2011) lists five Durubalic languages:

  • Turrubal (Turubul) and Yagara (Jagara)
  • ?Jandai (Janday)
  • Nukunul (Nunungal, Moonjan)
  • Gowar (Guwar)
  • Dixon (2002) considers all but Guwar to be dialects of a single language.

    References

    Durubalic languages Wikipedia


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