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RESULTS: 5 ITEMS FOR LANGUAGE Wik-Mungkan

Wik-Mungkan [wim]
Source: AuSIL / Various
Web and downloadable dictionaries for Burarra, Bilinarra, Djinang, Gurindji, Iwaidja, Kriol, Martu Wangka, Maung, Tiwi, Walmajarri, Warlpiri and Wik Mungkan. The page also has links to over 90 linguistic and other language-related articles.
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Source: Ken Hale/MIT Linguistics
A collection of Ken Hale’s papers and some of his unpublished teaching materials. Ken was an icon for endangered languages and also worked in Australia - papers here include ones on Warlpiri, Linngithigh, Pittapitta, Lardil, Wik (Cape York) languages
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Source: Alice Gaby / ELAR
Archive deposit: documentation of highly endangered Paman languages of Cape York Peninsula including Kuuk Thaayorre, Wik Yi’anh, Kugu Muminh, Koko Bera, and Wik Mungkan. Like all ELAR deposits, this material is accessible according to access protocols and access may require negotiation with the depositor.
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Source: Peter Sutton / ELAR
Archive deposit: video of community elders speaking about oral history and t contemporary issues, ethnobotanical information, transcriptions of audio recordings made in the 1970s. Like all ELAR deposits, this material is accessible according to access protocols and access may require negotiation with the depositor.
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Source: Christine Kilham, Mabel Pamulkan, Jennifer Pootchemunka and Topsy Wolmby/AuSIL
Wik-Mungkan is spoken on the western side of Cape York Peninsula.
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