Garawa (or Garrwa, Gaarwa, Karawa, Leearrawa) is a recently extinct Australian Aboriginal language of northern Australia.
Garawa may be related to the Pama-Nyungan languages
. A dialect, Wanji or Waanyi,
is divergent enough to sometimes be considered a separate language.
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