|Native speakers||1,610 (2000)|
Idi is a language of the proposed Trans-Fly – Bulaka River family, spoken by about 1,610 people in the Western Province of Papua New Guinea. The Pahoturi dialects form a chain with Idi at one end and Agob at the other.
The language has been also known as Diblaeg, Dimisi, Dimsisi. Tame refers to a variety distinct from Idi.
Social context 
Typological features 
|This section requires expansion. (August 2011)|
- Map showing the location of Idi (#646).
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