Wanib Sign Language
|Wanib Sign Language|
|Native to||Papua New Guinea|
|Region||southern Toricelli Range|
|ISO 639-3||None (|
Wanib Sign Language is a reported sign language, possibly a village sign language, in a Heyo-speaking community of Papua New Guinea. It's spoken just to the west of Mehek Sign Language, but the two languages reflect the very different spoken languages of their communities: Wanib SL follows the SVO word order of Heyo, whereas Mehek SL follows the SOV word order of Mehek.
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