||Austro-Tai, East Malayo-Polynesian
|This language has
|Its Frequency index is
||0.500847789 (average percentage of segments; 0.1: many very rare segments; 0.39: average; 0.7: many common segments)
|The language has these sounds:
||Tigak is spoken in New Ireland province, northen, also Western Djaul Island in Papua New Guinea. Vowel sequences are interpreted as such and not as diphthongs or as vowel + glide combinations. /k/ and /g/ are described as "backed"; it is not clear if these should be considered uvular.
||Beaumont, C.H. 1979. The Tigak language of New Ireland. (Pacific Linguistics Series B, 58). Australian National University, Canberra.