Badjiri is an extinct language of Australia. It is often assumed to be a dialect of Ngura, but the data are poor, and Ngura is not a coherent language. Bowern (2001) thinks it is probably not a Karnic language (which some of the Ngura "dialects" are); Bowern (2011) lists it as Maric.

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  • Badjiri is an extinct language of Australia. It is often assumed to be a dialect of Ngura, but the data are poor, and Ngura is not a coherent language. Bowern (2001) thinks it is probably not a Karnic language (which some of the Ngura "dialects" are); Bowern (2011) lists it as Maric. (en)
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  • Badjiri is an extinct language of Australia. It is often assumed to be a dialect of Ngura, but the data are poor, and Ngura is not a coherent language. Bowern (2001) thinks it is probably not a Karnic language (which some of the Ngura "dialects" are); Bowern (2011) lists it as Maric. (en)
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