|Spoken in:||Near Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia|
|Total speakers:||6 (Black, 1983)|
|Language family:||Language isolate|
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The Laragiya language is an Australian language isolate spoken by just six people near the city of Darwin in northern Australia as of 1983. A language isolate, in the absolute sense is a Natural language with no demonstrable genealogical (or "genetic" relationship with other living languages that is It may now be extinct.
Laragiya is not known to be related to any other language in the world.