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|Native to||Western New Guinea|
|Region||Jayawijaya Kabupaten, Okbibab Kecamatan, on the Sogber River|
|(530 cited 1991)|
Lepki is a Papuan language spoken in Western New Guinea, near its probable relative Murkim and the unclassified language Kembra. Only a few hundred words have been recorded, in hastily collected word lists.
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