|Gazelle Peninsula, New Britain|
|Linguistic classification||East New Britain|
The Baining languages are a small language family spoken by the Baining people on the Gazelle Peninsula of New Britain in Papua New Guinea. They appear to be related to the neighboring Taulil–Butam languages, which immigrated from New Ireland.
The languages are:
Extinct Makolkol neighbored the (other) Baining languages to their southwest but is unattested.