|Native to||Papua New Guinea|
|Region||Sepik River basin|
Most Iatmul speakers, however, do not refer to their language or even themselves by the term Iatmul. Instead, they call their language Gepma Kwudi (pronounced Ngepma Kwundi). Gepma is the Iatmul word for "village"; kwudi means "speech".
For the sociocultural features of the people who speak the Iatmül language, see Iatmul people.
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