Makarrwanhalmirr

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The Makarrwanhalmirr (Mugarganalmiri) are an indigenous Australian clan-people of the Northern Territory. They are not registered as a separate tribe in Norman Tindale's classic 1974 survey.[1]

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The Makarrwanhalmirr are thought to speak eitherr Dhuwala or the closely related Djangu.[citation needed]

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According to the website of the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies, the Makarrwanhalmirr are a clan of the Yirritja moiety of the Yolgnu.[2]

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