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In the past, language maps for the Eurasian continent have often shown eight
languages—Turkic, Slavic, Tungusic, Chinese, Tibeto-Burman, Indo-Aryan,
Iranian, and Mongol—almost blanketing the main portion of Asia and leaving
Secret languages and special vocabularies Genetic relationship of all Australian
languages Bidjandjara 0 300 600 mi See area at right ollo 50 ... No genetic link is
known to exist between the Australian languages and any outside language.
The most important Bornean language is Ngadju (Ngaju), spoken as the native
language in southwest Borneo in the ... In northeast Borneo there are a number
of languages with close relatives in the Philippines, including Illanum (Lanum), ...
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