The West Bomberai languages are a small family of Papuan languages spoken on the Bomberai Peninsula of western New Guinea. Two of the languages, Baham and Iha, are closely related to each other; the third is distant. The West Bomberai family is included as part of Ross' West Trans–New Guinea proposal.
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