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The name Gugu Mini means 'good speech', and has been applied to several languages in the Thaypan area. 'Possum language' (Koko-Possum, Gugu Yawa) is another generic name of this area.
The unclassified Marrett River language (+) was presumably Paman, though distinct from its neighbors, as presumably was Wik Paach (+). The Mayabic languages (+) to the southwest were once classified as Paman, but have been excluded in Bowern (2011).Alodja may have been another Thaypan / Rarmul Pama language.
^Hale, Kenneth L. (1966). "The Paman group of the Pama-Nyungan phylic family. Appendix to Languages of the World: Indo-Pacific Fascicle Six, by G.N. O'Grady, C. F. & F.M. Voegelin". Anthropological Linguistics. 8 (2): 162-197.