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The Sepik-Ramu languages are a language family from New Guinea. It is thought that they consist of 104 different languages, although this is disputed. The Sepik-Ramu languages are sometimes referred to as part of the Papuan languages, although this is more of a catch-all title rather than a linguistically proven classification.
- Gapun (1 language)
- Leonhard Schultze languages (6 languages)
- Nor-Pondo languages (6 languages)
- Ramu languages (37 languages)
- Sepik languages (54 languages)
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