Some articles on trans:
... Australian (Common Australian) Papuan (Proto–East Trans-Fly) Austronesian (Proto–Central District) *nya-ga look naga+i- id ... between the Paman (Australian) and the Trans-Fly (Papuan) languages, that, though few, may be significant, and include forms such as those noted below ... Proto-Paman (or a specific North Cape York language) meaning Proto-Trans-Fly meaning Kalaw Lagaw Ya meaning *kaalu ear *kuru hear kaura kùrusai- (compounds ...
... Papuan (Trans-Fly) A little basic vocabulary, some abstract vocabulary, some verbs ... (Note that these typological categories also exist in the Trans-Fly languages the forms in Kalaw Lagaw Ya are clearly Australian) ... men who settled on the outskirts of an East Trans-Fly group, intermarried, and whose children were either bilingual, or speakers of their mothers’ language, with some knowledge of their fathers ...
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