Idi is a Papuan language spoken in Western Province, Papua New Guinea. The so-called Pahoturi dialects form a dialect chain with Idi proper at one end and Agob proper at the other.
The language has been also known as Diblaeg, Dibolug, Dimisi, Dimsisi. Tame is a dialect distinct from Idi.
Idi is in contact with other Papuan languages of different families, including Nen, Nambo, and the closely related Agob.
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