Pyu language (Papuan)
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|Native to||Papua New Guinea|
|Region||near Indonesian border|
|Native speakers||100 (2000 census)|
Pyu is a language isolate spoken in Papua New Guinea. It has been suggested that Pyu belongs to the Kwomtari–Baibai family, but the evidence has never been published. (See Kwomtari–Baibai.) As of 2000, the language had about 100 speakers.
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