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Badimaya (Parti-maya) is an Australian Aboriginal language. It is one of the Kartu languages of the Pama–Nyungan family. Badimaya country lies in the area between Mount Magnet and Dalwallinu. The Yamaji Language Centre has been carrying out work on the Badimaya language since 1993 and has produced an illustrated wordlist as well as grammatical materials and a dictionary (the latter two unpublished). A grammar of Badimaya was written by Leone Dunn in the 1980s.
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[en] Badimaya language
[hr] Badimaya jezik
[sv] Badimaya

Language type : Living

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