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Eastern Daly languages
The Eastern Daly languages are an extinct family of Australian aboriginal languages that are fairly closely related, at 50% cognate. They were:
These languages had elements of verbal structure that suggest they may be related to the Macro-Gunwinyguan languages. All are now extinct.
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