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Mirndi or Mindi languages are an Australian language family spoken
in the Northern Territory of Australia. The family consists of two
sub-groups, the Yirram languages and the Barkly languages some 200
km farther to the southeast, separated by the Ngumpin languages.
The primary difference between the two sub-groups is that while the
Yirram languages are all prefixing like other non-Pama-Nyungan
languages, the Barkly languages are all suffixing like most
Pama-Nyungan languages. The name of the family is derived from the
dual inclusive pronoun "we" which is shared by all the languages in
the family in the form of either "mind-" or "mirnd-."
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