Nuclear Papuan Tip languages


Nuclear Papuan Tip languages

The family of Nuclear Papuan Tip languages is a subgroup of the Papuan Tip languages. It consists of over 30 languages.

Components

*Maisin
*North Papuan Mainland-D'Entrecasteaux languages
**Anuki
**Are-Taupota languages
**Bwaidoga languages
**Dobu-Duau languages
**Gumawana
**Kakabai languages
*Suauic languages
**Buhutu
**'Auhelawa
**Oya'oya
**Saliba
**Suau
**Bwanabwana
**Wagawaga


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