Sepik (disambiguation)

Sepik (disambiguation)

Sepik may refer to places in Papua New Guinea:

*Sepik River
*East Sepik - a province
*Sandaun - a province formerly known as West Sepik
*Sepik region - consisting of East Sepik and Sandaun provinces

In languages it may refer to:

*Sepik languages - a proposed language family
*Sepik-Ramu languages - a proposed language family
*Ramu-Lower Sepik languages - a language family

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