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Enindhilyagwa (also Anindilyakwa and several other names; see below) is an Australian Aboriginal language spoken by the Warnindhilyagwa people on Groote Eylandt in the Gulf of Carpentaria in northern Australia. A 2001 Australian government study identified more than one thousand speakers of the language, although there are reports of as many as three thousand. In 2008, it was cited in a study on whether humans had an innate ability to count without having words for numbers. While the Enindhilyagwa language traditionally had terms for numbers up to twenty, these are no longer known to younger speakers. Enindhilyagwa may be most closely related to Nunggubuyu on the adjacent mainland, but this is yet to be confirmed.
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[en] Anindilyakwa
[hr] Anindilyakwa jezik
[it] Lingua enindhilyagwa
[no] Enindhilyagwa
[pt] Língua enindhilyagwa
[ru] Энинтиляква

Language type : Living

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