Panyjima phonology and morphology.
Panyjima is a Pama-Nyungan language of the Ngayarda subgroup (Fn. 1), originally spoken in the tablelands of the Hammersly Range in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. Today most of the remaining speakers of the language, who number approximately sixty, live in the coastal town of Onslow. Others live in Rocbourne and Witnoom and on a number of pastoral leases in the Hammersly area. 1.1 linguistic Type Panyjima is in many ways typical of the suffixing languages of Western...[Show more]
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