Brahman languages

Brahman Languages

Brahman languages

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Brahman is an old proposed language family of Madang Province, Papua New Guinea that consisted of 4 languages: Biyom, Faita, Isabi, Tauya., in the 15th edition of Ethnologue

Genetic relations

John Z'graggen (1971, 1975) classified Brahman in his Madang–Adelbert Range family, which Stephen Wurm (1975) included in Trans–New Guinea. Ross (2005) broke up Brahman, placing Faita in Southern Adelbert but Tauya and Biyom in Rai Coast, though all three remain in the wider Madang-Adelbert family, and Isabi among the Goroka languages.

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