The Papuans are the indigenous population of the island of New Guinea, consisting of representatives of dozens of different tribes. According to various estimates, from 300 to 800 different tribes live on the island with their own culture and names. The common languages of communication for the Papuans are English, as well as its Creole dialect. English names are very common on the island, but mostly New Guineans use traditional names, the meanings of which refer to the phenomena of the natural world or the positive qualities of a person. Papuans who live in cities usually have surnames that are derived from English or Papuan names. The inhabitants of isolated tribes do not have them.
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