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1A member of a people living on the banks of the Yuat River in the East Sepik Province of Papua New Guinea. Now more commonly called Biwat.
2Frequently in form Munduguma. The Sepik-Ramu language of the Mundugumor people. Now usually called Biwat.
Of or relating to the Mundugumor or their language.
1930s; earliest use found in Margaret Mead (1901–1978), anthropologist. From Biwat Mundugumor, former self-designation.
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