|This language has
|Its Frequency index is
||0.373714977 (average percentage of segments; 0.1: many very rare segments; 0.39: average; 0.7: many common segments)
|The language has these sounds:
||Garawa is spoken in the northeast of Northern Territory and an adjoining area of Queensland. The segments labelled palatal stop and nasal in UPSID are described as "lamino-velar" by Furby (1974). They have lengthened vowels with an [-i] offglide preceding them and do not occur word-initially. A considerable number of medial consonant clusters occur. Vowels have considerable allophonic variation. Stress falls on the first syllable of the (phonological) word.
||Furby, C.E. 1974. Garawa Phonology. Pacific Linguistics, Series A, No. 37:1-11. Australian National University, Canberra.