Bidjara (Bidyara, Pitjara) is an extinct Australian Aboriginal language. In 1980 it was spoken by twenty elders in Queensland, between Tambo and Augathella, Warrego and Langlo rivers.

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  • Bidjara (Bidyara, Pitjara) is an extinct Australian Aboriginal language. In 1980 it was spoken by twenty elders in Queensland, between Tambo and Augathella, Warrego and Langlo rivers. (en)
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  • 27861760 (xsd:integer)
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  • 745072668 (xsd:integer)
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  • D42
  • D38
  • D45
  • E37
  • E39
  • E44
dbp:aiatsisname
  • Bidjara
  • Gayiri
  • Kogai
  • Margany
  • Wadjingu
  • Wadjalang, L39 Wadjabangay, L41 Yiningay, L44* Yandjibara, E64* Ganulu, D46 Nguri
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  • Southern Maric
dbp:dia
  • Bidjara
  • Ganulu?
  • Gayiri
  • Kogai
  • Marrganj & Gunja
  • Nguri?
  • Wadjabangayi
  • Wadjalang
  • Wadjingu
  • Yanjdjibara
  • Yiningayi
dbp:extinct
  • by 1987
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  • Australian
dbp:glotto
  • sout2765
dbp:glottorefname
  • Southern Maric
dbp:lc
  • bym
  • gwu
  • gyf
  • gyy
  • kgl
  • wdu
  • wdy
  • xyb
  • ygi
  • zmc
  • zmk
dbp:ld
  • Bidyara
  • Gungabula
  • Gunya
  • Guwamu
  • Kunggari
  • Mandandanyi
  • Margany
  • Wadjabangayi
  • Wadjigu
  • Yandjibara
  • Yiningayi
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  • e18
dbp:speakers
  • Some people might know a few words
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http://purl.org/linguistics/gold/hypernym
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  • Bidjara (Bidyara, Pitjara) is an extinct Australian Aboriginal language. In 1980 it was spoken by twenty elders in Queensland, between Tambo and Augathella, Warrego and Langlo rivers. (en)
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  • Bidjara language (en)
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  • Bidyara (en)
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