Papuan

[adj] - of or relating to Papua or its people or language 2. [n] - any of the indigenous languages spoken in Papua New Guinea or New Britain or the Solomon Islands that are not Malayo-Polynesian languages
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Papuan

Native to or inhabitant of Papua New Guinea; speaker of any of various Papuan languages, used mainly on the island of New Guinea, although some 500 are used in New Britain,...
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Papuan

Pap'u·an adjective Of or pertaining to Papua.
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Papuan

adjective of or relating to Papua or its people or language; `Papuan native crafts`; `Papuan vowels`
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Papuan

Papuan language noun any of the indigenous languages spoken in Papua New Guinea or New Britain or the Solomon Islands that are not Malayo-Polynesian languages
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Papuan

• (a.) Of or pertaining to Papua.
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Papuan

(from the article `inheritance`) ...it has not been uncommon for such personal belongings as weapons or bowls to be destroyed after the death of the owner in order to protect the ... ...of 3,250 feet (991 m). The climate is hot, with heavy rainfall; seasonal streams flow seaward from the central highlands, where there are dense ... P...
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Papuan

The Papuan are natives to or inhabitants of Papua New Guinea; a speaker of any of various Papuan languages, used mainly on the island of New Guinea, although some 500 are used in New Britain, the Solomon Islands, and the islands of the south-west Pacific. The Papuan languages belong to the Indo-Pacific family.
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Papuan

Native to or inhabitant of Papua New Guinea; speaker of any of various Papuan languages, used mainly on the island of New Guinea, although some 500 are used in New Britain, the Solomon Islands, and the islands of the southwest Pacific. The Papuan languages belong to the Indo-Pacific family. P...
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