||700 (1999 M. Donohue).
||East of upper Digul River, Awimbom village in the center of 5 other villages extending toward Ok Sibil northeast, and southwest toward Iwur.
Indonesia, Eastern Papua, reference number 228
||Na’ai, Na’i, Nagai
||Probably 3 dialects, two of these may constitute a separate language called Nagi.
||Trans-New Guinea, Ok-Awyu, Ok, Mountain
||Home, local government. Few use Indonesian [ind] or Papuan Malay [pmy].
||Agriculturalists: sago, bananas; hunters. Traditional religion.