Ngandangara (Yarumarra, Eromarra)
xpt – Punthamara
xwk – Wangkumara
eaa – Karenggapa
ntg – Ngantangarra
Wangkumara or Wanggumara is an Australian Aboriginal language of the widespread Pama–Nyungan family. It is sometimes classified as a dialect of the Ngura language. In 1981 it was still spoken by 4 members of the Wangkumara people around Cooper Creek, the Thomson River and the Warry Warry Creek, the town of Eromanga and the Nuccundra  in Queensland, Australia; today it might be already extinct.
Dixon (2002) considers Punthamara to be a dialect, Bowern (2001) as very close. Bowern also says that Ngandangara appears to have been "very close", though data is too poor for a proper classification. Karenggapa is either a dialect or an alternative name.
- RMW Dixon (2002), Australian Languages: Their Nature and Development, p xxxvii
- Bowern, Claire (2001). "Karnic classification revisited". In J Simpson et al. Forty years on. Canberra Pacific Linguistics. pp. 245–260. Archived from the original on 2012-05-19.
- Wangkumara at the Australian Indigenous Languages Database, Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (see the info box for additional links)
- Australian Dictionary of Biography (2006-00-00). "Dixon, Lorna Rose (1917? - 1976)". Retrieved 2007-07-23. Check date values in:
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