|Madang Province, Papua New Guinea|
|Linguistic classification:||a possible primary family of Papuan languages|
The Monumbo languages, Monumbo and the closely related Lilau, constitute a small language family on the north coast of Papua New Guinea. They have for several decades been lumped into the Torricelli family 100 km to the west, but "no evidence [for this] was ever presented".
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