|Region||Sandaun Province and East Sepik Province|
Amal is a language spoken along the border of Sandaun Province and East Sepik Province, Papua New Guinea, along the Wagana River near the confluence with Wanibe Creek. Foley (2018) classifies Amal as a primary branch of the Sepik languages, though it is quite close to Kalou.
Amal cognates with Sepik languages are:
Foley (2018) notes that there appears to be somewhat more lexical similarities between Amal and the Tama languages, but does not consider them to form a group with each other.
The following basic vocabulary words of Amal are from Laycock (1968), as cited in the Trans-New Guinea database: