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The Kamoro language is an Asmat–Kamoro language spoken in New Guinea by approximately 8,000 people. Dialect diversity is notable, and Kamoro should perhaps not be considered a single language.
'Dialects' are as follows.
- Yamur (far west around Yamur Lake and Etna Bay)
- Western (Japakòparè, Kéàkwa and Umari Rivers, 450 speakers in 1953)
- Tarjà (Opa River, 500 speakers speakers in 1953)
- Middle (Wàkia river to the upper Mimika river, 4,300 speakers speakers in 1953)
- Kàmora (Kàmora River, 400 speakers speakers in 1953)
- Wània (Wània River 1,300 speakers speakers in 1953)
- Mukumùga (Mukumùga river, 800 speakers speakers in 1953)
- Moseley, Christopher and R. E. Asher, ed. Atlas of the World's Languages (New York: Routledge, 1994) p. 110