- Yuat languages
Infobox Language family
family=a primary family of Papuan languagesThe Yuat languages are an independent family of a dozen
Papuan languagesin the classification of Malcolm Ross, that had been part of Stephen Würm's Sepik-Ramu proposal. However, there is no lexical or morphological evidence that the families are related.
The Yuat languages are Changriwa, Kyenele, Mekmek, Miyak, Biwat (Mundugumor), Bun.
The pronouns Ross reconstructs for proto-Yuat are,
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