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- Color lexicons vary, first of all, in sheer size: English has 11 basic terms, Russian and Hungarian have 12, yet the New Guinean language Dani has just two.
- Jared Diamond's Guns, Germs, and Steel is a four hundred-page answer to a question posed to him by a New Guinean friend and politician named Yali.
- Natives in New Guinean villages are completely isolated even from their nearest neighbors in the next valleys.
Pronunciation: /ˈginēən/noun & adjective
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