120 (2006 census).
Queensland, Borroloola, Northern Territory, Doomadgee.
Intermarry with Garrwa [wrk] or Mara [mec]. Wives learn the husband’s language but use their own with members of their own group. Children usually speak the mother’s language, but boys at puberty learn and then speak the father’s language. Losing young speakers (2007). Also use Kriol [rop], English [eng], or Garrwa [wrk].