Wik-Mungkan is an Australian language of the Paman group of
the Pama-Nyungan language family spoken mainly at Aurukun on the west coast
of Cape York Peninsula in the north of Queensland, Australia. The are about
400 native speakers of Wik-Mungkan, and a further 600 people who use is as
a second language.
Wik-Mungkan is used in bilingual education in schools, a programme
first introduced in 1973, then revived in 1993.
Transcriptions starting with a hyphen indicate that the letters appear only
at the ends of words.