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Bayali (Biyali) is an extinct language of Queensland in Australia. It was spoken from the mouth of the Fitzroy River inland to the Boomer Range. According to Ethnologue, Bayali and Darumbal (with its dialects Kuinmabara, Karunbara, Rakiwara, Wapabara) are a single language. Dixon (2002) lists them as distinct languages not demonstrably related. Bowern (2011) lists Dharambal as Maric.
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[en] Bayali

Language type : Extinct

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