|Native to||Papua New Guinea|
|Region||Southern Highlands Province|
|41,000 (2000 census)|
Tembagla, also known as Bo-Ung (Mbo-Ung), is one of the languages spoken in the Southern Highlands province of Papua New Guinea. Geographically the people are Kaugel, but their language appears to be closer to the related Medlpa.
Dialects are Ku Waru, Mara-Gomu, Miyemu (Miyem), and Tembalo (Tembaglo).
- Bowers, Nancy; Lepi, Pundia (1975). "Kaugel Valley systems of reckoning" (PDF). Journal of the Polynesian Society. 84 (3): 309–324. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2011-06-04.
- The New Testament in the Mara-Gomu dialect of the Bo-Ung Language of Papua New Guinea
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