Warlpiri

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Warl·pi·ri

 (wäl′bə-rē)
n. pl. Warlpiri or Warl·pi·ris
1. A member of a traditionally nomadic Aboriginal people of north-central and central Australia.
2. The Pama-Nyungan language of this people, known for its relatively free word order.

[Warlpiri, ethnic self-designation.]
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Warlpiri

(ˈwalpri)
n
(Languages) an Aboriginal language of central Australia
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