The Darling language, or Paakantyi (Baagandji), is a nearly extinct Australian Aboriginal language spoken along the Darling River in New South Wales from present-day Bourke to Wentworth and including much of the back country around the Paroo River and Broken Hill. The people's and language name refers to the Paaka (Darling River) with the suffix -ntyi meaning 'belonging to', The major work on the Paakantyi language has been that of linguist Luise Hercus.

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  • A língua Darling, ou Paakantyi (Baagandji), é uma língua quase extinta dentre aquelas dos aborígenes australianos falada ao longo do rio Darling, Nova Gales do Sul, desde Bourke até Wentworth e também em áreas do rio Paroo e de Broken Hill. O nome do povo que a fala e da própria língua se refere a Paaka (rio Darling) mais o sufixo -ntyi 'pertencente a', A língua Darling (Paaakantyi) é uma língua quase extinta, sendo que relatório recente informa que há somente 8 falantes fluentes da mesma. (pt)
  • The Darling language, or Paakantyi (Baagandji), is a nearly extinct Australian Aboriginal language spoken along the Darling River in New South Wales from present-day Bourke to Wentworth and including much of the back country around the Paroo River and Broken Hill. The people's and language name refers to the Paaka (Darling River) with the suffix -ntyi meaning 'belonging to', The major work on the Paakantyi language has been that of linguist Luise Hercus. (en)
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  • The Darling language among other Pama–Nyungan
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  • A língua Darling, ou Paakantyi (Baagandji), é uma língua quase extinta dentre aquelas dos aborígenes australianos falada ao longo do rio Darling, Nova Gales do Sul, desde Bourke até Wentworth e também em áreas do rio Paroo e de Broken Hill. O nome do povo que a fala e da própria língua se refere a Paaka (rio Darling) mais o sufixo -ntyi 'pertencente a', A língua Darling (Paaakantyi) é uma língua quase extinta, sendo que relatório recente informa que há somente 8 falantes fluentes da mesma. (pt)
  • The Darling language, or Paakantyi (Baagandji), is a nearly extinct Australian Aboriginal language spoken along the Darling River in New South Wales from present-day Bourke to Wentworth and including much of the back country around the Paroo River and Broken Hill. The people's and language name refers to the Paaka (Darling River) with the suffix -ntyi meaning 'belonging to', The major work on the Paakantyi language has been that of linguist Luise Hercus. (en)
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