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Ngiyambaa is a Pama-Nyungan language of the Wiradhuric subgroup. It was the traditional language of the Wangaaybuwan and Wayilwan peoples of New South Wales, Australia, but is now moribund; according to Donaldson by the 1970's there were only about ten people fluent in Wangaaybuwan, whilst there were only a couple of Wayilwan speakers left.
Ngiyambaa (meaning language), or Ngiyambaambuwali, was also used by the Waangaybuwan and Wayilwan to describe themselves, whilst "Waangaybuwan" and "Wayilwan" (meanining "With Waangay/Wayil" (for "no") were used to distinguish both the language and the speakers from others who did not have wangaay/wayil for no.
Other names for Ngiyambaa inlude Giamba, Narran, Noongaburrah, Ngampah, Ngemba, Ngeumba, Ngiamba, Ngjamba, Ngiyampaa, Ngumbarr. Wangaaybuwan is also called Wongaibon, and Wayilwan is also called Wailwan, Weilwan or Wailwun.
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