The Karnic languages are a group of languages of the Pama–Nyungan family. According to Dixon (2002), these are three separate families, but Bowern (2001) establishes regular paradigmatic connections among many of the languages, demonstrating them as a genealogical group. Bowern classifies them as follows:

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  • Карнийские языки (англ. Karnic languages) — одна из групп языков в составе Пама-ньюнгской семьи. Включают от 14 до 19 языков. Внутренняя классификация является предметом дискуссий. (ru)
  • The Karnic languages are a group of languages of the Pama–Nyungan family. According to Dixon (2002), these are three separate families, but Bowern (2001) establishes regular paradigmatic connections among many of the languages, demonstrating them as a genealogical group. Bowern classifies them as follows: * Arabana (Wangganguru) (Western Karnic; orig. part of Palku) * (node) * Palku (Northern Karnic): Pitta Pitta, Wangka-Yutjurru (Wanggamala) * (node) * Karna (Central Karnic) * Yandruwandha (Yawarawarga) * Mithaka (in the north); Diyari, Yarluyandi–Ngamini * Ngura (Eastern Karnic): Galali (Wilson River Garlali), Wangkumara–Bundhamara (Punthamara) (Ngandangara/Yarumarra) (en)
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  • Karna
  • Arabana
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  • Karnic
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  • Karnic languages among other Pama–Nyungan . The four solid-green sections are Arabana , Palku , Karna , Ngura . The striped area to the east is Kungkari and Birria, which may have been Karnic.
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  • Karnic
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  • Australia
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  • Карнийские языки (англ. Karnic languages) — одна из групп языков в составе Пама-ньюнгской семьи. Включают от 14 до 19 языков. Внутренняя классификация является предметом дискуссий. (ru)
  • The Karnic languages are a group of languages of the Pama–Nyungan family. According to Dixon (2002), these are three separate families, but Bowern (2001) establishes regular paradigmatic connections among many of the languages, demonstrating them as a genealogical group. Bowern classifies them as follows: (en)
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  • Karnic languages (en)
  • Карнийские языки (ru)
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