|Native to||Western Australia|
|3 (2005 & 2006 census)|
(census data seem to be repeated for Jauna & Palyku)
Nyiyaparli (Nyiyabali, Njijabali, or misspelled Nijadali) is a nearly extinct Pama–Nyungan language spoken by the Palyku (Bailko) and Niabali (Jana) people of Western Australia. There's a formal language register known as padupadu.
- /ɲ, c, l̠ʲ/ can also be heard as dental sounds [n̪, t̪, l̪] in free variation among speakers.
- Sounds /ɾ, ɹ/ can be heard in free variation as [r, ɻ] among speakers.
- /i, u/ can be heard as [ɪ, ʊ] within diphthongs.
- A50 Nyiyaparli at the Australian Indigenous Languages Database, Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies
- Bowern & Koch (2004) Australian Languages: Classification and the Comparative Method
- Battin, Jacqueline (2019). Topics in Nyiyaparli morphosyntax. Australian National University.