|Kandjerramalh, Kuwema, Murinwargad, Wadjiginy , Wogait|
Pungu Pungu, also called Kandjerramalh, is a dialect closely related to Batjamalh, although there are some grammatical differences (according to Tryon 1974). Traditional Pungu Pungu country was on the north bank of the Daly River, south of Batjamalh country. There are no longer any speakers left of Pungu Pungu.
Ian Green’s corpus does not contain any Pungu Pungu materials, but Darryl Tryon collected a substantial number of recordings, which are archived with the Australian Institute for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies.
Tryon, Darrell T. 1980. Pungupungu and Wadyiginy: typologically contrastive dialects. In Bruce Rigsby & Peter Sutton (eds.), Papers in Australian Linguistics No. 13: Contributions to Australian Linguistics, 277–287. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.