Mbara, or Midjamba, is an extinct aboriginal language of Australia. The Mbara people were traditionally the neighbours of the Yanga, Gugu-Badhun, Yirandali, Wunumara and Ngawun peoples. Yanga was mutually intelligible. Speakers of Mbara and related dialects were affected by the gold and cattle rushes during the second half of the nineteenth century.

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  • Mbara, or Midjamba, is an extinct aboriginal language of Australia. The Mbara people were traditionally the neighbours of the Yanga, Gugu-Badhun, Yirandali, Wunumara and Ngawun peoples. Yanga was mutually intelligible. Speakers of Mbara and related dialects were affected by the gold and cattle rushes during the second half of the nineteenth century. (en)
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  • Mbara, or Midjamba, is an extinct aboriginal language of Australia. The Mbara people were traditionally the neighbours of the Yanga, Gugu-Badhun, Yirandali, Wunumara and Ngawun peoples. Yanga was mutually intelligible. Speakers of Mbara and related dialects were affected by the gold and cattle rushes during the second half of the nineteenth century. (en)
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  • Mbara language (Australia) (en)
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  • Mbara (en)
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