|Native to||Papua New Guinea|
|(600 cited 1991)|
The Yalë language, also known as Nagatman, is spoken in northwestern Papua New Guinea. It appear to be related to the Kwomtari languages. There were 600 speakers in 1991, and 30 monolinguals at an unrecorded date.
Paradisec has an open access collection that includes Yalë language materials from Don Laycock
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