The term Papuan languages refers to a mixed collection of those languages of the western Pacific (mostly of New Guinea) which are neither Austronesian nor Australian. That is, the term is defined negatively and does not imply a linguistic relationship.
This category has the following 17 subcategories, out of 17 total.
- ► Gaikundi language (1 c, 0 e)
- ► Mpur language (1 c, 0 e)
- ► Papuan Gimi language (3 c, 0 e)
- ► Rotokas language (3 c, 0 e)
- ► Sahu language (1 c, 0 e)
- ► Taikat language (1 c, 0 e)