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Mantharta is a probably extinct dialect cluster spoken in the southern Pilbara region of Western Australia. The four varieties were distinct but largely mutually intelligible. These were: Warriyangka Thiin Jiwarli (Tjiwarli) Tharrgari (Tharrkari, Dhargari) The name mantharta comes from the word for 'man' in all four varieties. See Jiwarli dialect for details.
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[en] Dhargari

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