An English-Awabakal Dictionary

by David Andrew Roberts

 

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A

accuse 
agony
alive
alive (he is alive)  
anger
anguish
animal (any beast)
ankles
approach
arise
arm (lower arm)
arm (upper arm)
ashamed
ashes
assemble (to cause to be assembled)
assemble (to gather together)
astonishment
aversion
awake (to be awake)
axe
axe
axe (stone axe)

 

Wi-ya-yi-mul-li-ko (1834: 102); Wiyayimulliko (1892: 63)
Ki-rin (1834: 87); Karin (1892: 214); Kirrin (1892: 216)
Mo-rón (1834: 98); Morón (1892: 60)
Mór-rón no-a kut-tán (1834: 30);
Buk-ka (1834: 96); Bukka (1892: 57, 204)
Ka-ti-o ka-ti-a (1834: 78); katio-katia (1892: 46)
But-ti-káng (1834: 86); Buttik០(1892: 53)
Wi rung-káng (1834: 95); WiruŸ k០(1892: 57)
Tá-nán (1834: 101); Tanán (1892: 61)
Bo-ung-kul-li-ko (1834: 96);
Tur-rung (1834: 95); TurruŸ (1892: 56)
Ko-pa (1834: 95); Kopa (1892: 56)
Ko-i-yun (1834: 96a); Koiyun (1892: 59)
Pim-pi (1834: 91); Pimpi (1892: 55)
Ka-ü-mul-li-ko (1834: 96a); Ka-amulliko (1892: 58); Kau-mulliko (1892: 214)

Ka-ú-ma (1834: 2,4);
El-la be a-ray (1834: 78); Ela-beara! (1892: 207)
Wi-wi (1834: 78); wi-wi (1892: 46)
Ti-rang ka-kil-li-ko (1834: 101); TiraŸ -kakilliko (1892: 62)
Mogo (1834: xii); mogo (1892: x)
Bai-bai (1834: xii, 86); Baibai (1892: ix, 53, 202)
Puk-ko (1834: 90); Pukko (1892: 55)

 

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B

bad
bad (to be bad)
bait
bark (also the skin)
bat
battle
 
beach
beard
bee
beg
belly
benighted (to be overtaken with darkness)
bewail
bird (black cockatoo)
bird (large eaglehawk)
bird (male king parrot)
bird (mutton bird)
bird (small hawk)
birds
bite
blanket
blood

blossom
boat
body
boil (v)
bone
borrow
brother (younger brother)
bough (of a tree)
bowels
brain
bramble
breasts
brother (elder brother)
burn
burned
burst
burst
butterfly

Ya-ra-kai-to (1834: 16)
Ya-ra-kai (1834: 103); Yarakai (1892: 64)
Yi-lén (1834: 93); Yilén (1892: 56)
Buk-kai (1834: 86, 96); Bukkai (1892: 53, 57)
Ko-lung-ko--lung (1834: 92);
Wo-ro-wai (1834: 93); Wu-ru-wai (1834: 103); Worowai (1892: 56,; Waruwai  (1892: 63)
Wom-bul (1834: 93); Wombål (1892: 56)
Yar-rei (1834: 95); Yarrei (1892: 56)
Nuk-kung (1834: 87); NaukkuŸ (1892: 53)
Po-i-yel-li-ko (1834: 100); Poiyelliko (1892: 61)
Pur-ráng (1834: 95); Parrá or warra (1892: 57)
Mun-til-li-ko (1834: 98); Muntilliko (1892: 60)

Túng-kil-li-ko (1834: 101); TúŸ killiko (1892: 62)
Wai-i-lá (1834: 87); Waiila (1892: 53)
Wir-ri-páng (1834: 93); Wirripág (1892: 56)
Ki-ra-ki-ra (1834: 87); Kira-kira (1892: 53)
Nir-rit-ti (1834: 83); niriti (1892: 52)
Pip-pi-ta (1834: 91); Pippita (1892: 55)
tib-bin (1834: 9, 11, 91); Tibbin (1892: 9, 55)
Put-til-li-ko (1834: 99); Puttilliko (1892: 61)
Wo-ro-pil (1834: 93); Woropil (1892: 56)
Kúm-ma-ra (1834: 87); Kumara (1892: 220); Kúmåra (1892: 54); GoróŸ (1892: 57)
Mu-ra-bun (1834: 88); Murabån (1892: 54)
Mur-ri-nau-wai (1834: 88); Murri-nauwai (1892: 54)
Kur-ra-bung (1834: 87); KurrabåŸ (1892: 54, 56)
Ki-yu (1834: 16)
Ti-pún (1834: 91); Ti-bún (1834: 96); Tibún (1892: 55, 57)
Múm-bil-li-ko (1834: 98); Múmbilliko; Mambilliko (1892: 60, 226)
Kum-bul (1834: 87); Kumbål (1892: 54)
Ti-rál (1834: 91); Tirál (1892: 55)
Ko-na-ring; Ko-nung (1834: 96); KonariŸ ; konuŸ (1892: 57)
Kúm-bo-ro-kán (1834: 94); Kúmborokán (1892: 56)
Tul-ki-ri (1834: 82); Tulkiri (1892: 52)
Pai-yil (1834: 95); Paiyil (1892: 57)
Bing-ngai (1834: 86); BiŸ gai (1892: 53)
Win-nel-li-ko (1834: 103); Winelliko (1892: 63)
Kun-ná (1834: 96a); Kunná (1892: 59)
Pin-kir-kul-li-ko (1834: 100); Pinkurkulliko (1892: 61)
Po-to-bur-ril-li-ko (1834: 100); Potoburrilliko (1892: 61)
Bai-yung-bai-yáng (1834: 86); BaiyaåŸ -baiy០(1892: 53)

 

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C

canoe
canoe
carry
cat (native cat)
cat fish
catch
chatterer
cheat
cheeks
chest
chew
chief
child-like
childish
chin
chop
clay
clay (pipe clay)
clothes
clothes (kangaroo skin cloak)
clouds
coal
cockatoo
cockle (also a kidney)
cold (to be cold)
cold (to be cold)
collarbone
collarbone
come here
command urgently (v)
conceal
conceal
concubine
convalescent
corpse
cough
courageous
crab
create (to do, to make)
crooked
cry out
cudgel
cudgel (or `waddy')
cultivate
cure (to make well)
curlew
cut (v)

 

nau-wai (1834: 2, 89); nauwai (1892: 48)
Kuttál (1834: 89);
Kur-ril-li-ko (1834: 96a); Kurrilliko (1892: 60, 221)
Ki-ko-i (1834: 11, 86); Kikoi (1892: 10, 53)
Bo-a-ta (1834: 85); Boata (1892: 53)
Ta-le-a-mul-li-ko (1834: 102); Taleamulliko (1892: 61)
Wi-yai-yé (1834: 9); Wiyaiyé (1892: 9)
Nga-kóm-bil-li-ko (1834: 98); Gakómbilliko (1892: 58)
Kul-lo (1834: 94); Kullo (1892: 54, 56, 220)
Wa-pur-ra (1834: 95); Wapåra (1892: 57)
Ki-tel-li-ko (1834: 96a); Kitelliko (1892: 58)
Pir-ri-wul (1834: 4, 90); Piriwål (1892: 9, 55)
Won-nai-ki-lo-a (1834: 17);
Won-nai-kei (1834: 17);
Wat-tun (1834: 94); Wattån (1892: 56)
Kól-bun-til-li-ko (1834: 96a); Kólbúntilliko (1892: 59, 218)
Tumpoa (1834: 84); Tumpoa
Pit-to (1834: 83); pito (1892: 52)
Wo-ro-pil (1834: 93); Woropil (1892: 56)
Wo-ro-wán (1834: 93); Worowán (1892: 56)
Ya-reil (1834: 93); Yareil (1892: 56)
Nik-kin (1834: 83); nikkin (1892: 52)
Kér-a-ra-pai (1834: 86); Kéarapai (1892: 53)
Pur-ra-mai (1834: 90); Pur-rum-mai (1834: 96); Purramai (1892: 55); Purråmai (1892: 57)
Tuk-kur-ra (1834: 101); Tukkåra (1892: 62)
Kur-kur (1834: 96a); Kur-kur (1892: 59)
Mil-ka-mil-ka (1834: 95); Milka-milka (1892: 56)
Mum-mur-rur-kun (1834: 95); Mçmurråkun (1892: 56)
Ká-ai (1834: 80);
Wol-la-wal-loú (1834: 5);
Yu-ro-pul-li-ko (1834: 104); Yuropulliko (1892: 64)
Kól-la-mul-li-ko (1834: 96a); Kóllamulliko (1892: 59)
Nga-pál (1834: 90); Gapál (1892: 53); Gapal (1892: 209)
Bur-kul-li-ko (1834: 96);
Mum-mu-yá (1834: 88); Mçmuya (1892: 54); Mamuya (1892: 222);
Koi-no-mul-li-ka (1834: 97); Koinomulliko (1892: 59)
Ki-a-ki-a (1834: 96a); Kia-kia (1892: 58)
Tin-ting (1834: 9); [ * ] (1892: 9)
Umulliko (1834: 97); U-mul-li-ko (1834: 102); umulliko (1892: 34, 58, 63)
Wa-rin-wa-rin (1834: 102); Warin-warin (1892: 63)
Kai-pul-li-ko (1834: 97); Kaipulliko; Kaibulliko (1892: 58, 212)
Kut-tul (1834: xi, 87); kuttul (1892: x); [ * ] (1892: 54)
Ko-tir-ra. (1834: xii); Kót-ta-rir (1834: 87); kotirra (1892: x); Kotara (1892: 54)
Me-a-pul-li-ko (1834: 98); Meapulliko (1892: 60, 223)
Ka-rá kul-u-mul-li-ko (1834: 97); Kárkål-unmulliko (1892: 58)
Bo-a-wál (1834: 86); Boawál (1892: 53)
Kun-bun-til-li-ko (1834: 96a); Kunbuntilliko (1892: 59; Kunbúntilliko (1892: 220)   

 

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D

dance (to dance)
daughter
dawn
day
dead (permit to die)
dead (they are dead)
dead (to permit to be put to death)
dead; death
deceive
deep
depart
deride
detain
dig
dingo
dingo
dingo
disabled
displeased
disregard
docile
doctor
dog (bitch)
dog (tame bitch)
drag
drake
dream
dream (v)

dress (to put on clothes)
drink
duck
dung
dung
dust
dwell (v)

 

Un-tel-li-ko (1834: 102); Untelliko (1892: 63)
Yi-nál-kun (1834: 93); yinálkun (1892: 56)
Ngo-ro-kán (1834: 89); Gorokán (1892: 53)
Pur-re-ung (1834: 90); PurreåŸ (1892: 55)
Tet-ti-ba-bun-bil-li-ko (1834: 100); Tetti-ba-bunbilliko (1892: 62)
Tet-ti bara (1834: 30);
Tet-ti-ba-bun-bur-ril-li-ko (1834: 100); Tetti-ba-bun-burrilliko (1892: 62)

Tet-ti (1834: 4, 100); Tetti (1892: 61)
Nga-kóm-bil-li-ko (1834: 98); Gakómbilliko (1892: 58)
Pir-ri-ko (1834: 99); Pirriko (1892: 61)
Wai-ta (1834: 4, 102); Waita (1892: 63)
Be-el-mul-li-ko (1834: 96); Béelmulliko (1892: 57, 202)
Mi-mul-li-ko (1834: 98); Mimulliko (1892: 60, 223)
Pin-nil-li-ko (1834: 100); Pinnilliko (1892: 60)
Wor-rikul (1834: 92); Wårikål (1892: 55)
Mur-rong-kai (1834: 93); MurroŸ kai (1892: 55)
Yu-ki (1834: 93); yuki (1892: 55)
Kur-rál (1834: 96a); Kurrál (1892: 60)
Niu-wa-ra (1834: 98); Niuwara (1892: 60)
Na-kón-ti-bun-bil-li-ko (1834: 99); Gakóntibunbilliko (1892: 58)
Mo-ro-un (1834: 97); Moroun (1892: 60)
Ka-rá-kul (1834: 87, 88, 93-4) Karákul (1834: 97); Karákål (1892: 48, 50, 53)
Tin-ku (1834: 11); Ting-ko (1834: 92); tinko (1892: 9); TiŸ ko (1892: 55)
Wai-yi (1834: 93); waiyi (1892: 55)
Tu-ir-kul-li-ko (1834: 102); Tuirkulliko (1892: 62)
Wom-ma-ra-kán (1834: 91); wommarakan (1892: 55)
Pór-run (1834: 91); Porun (1892: 54)
Pór-run-wit-tél-li-ko (1834: 100); Porun-witilliko (1892: 55); Pórunwitilliko (1892: 61)
Wu-til-li-ko (1834: 103); Wutilliko (1892: 63)
Pit-tul-li-ko (1834: 99); Pittalliko (1892: 61)
Pi-ra-ma (1834: 91); Pirama (1892: 54)
Kin-tá-ring (1834: 86); kintárig (1892: 54)
Ko-nung (1834: 86); KónuŸ (1892: 54)
Pón-no (1834: 90); Póno (1892: 55)
Min-kil-li-ko (1834: 98); Minkilliko (1892: 60)   

 

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E

eaglehawk
ear
ear
earth
eat
eat
eat heartily
eats
eel
egg
elbow
emu (female emu)
emu (male emu)
enter
escape
evening
evil
exchange
exist (to be)
eye
eye
eye brows
eye lashes

 

Bi-ra-bán (1834: 13); Biraban (1892: 16)
Ngu-ré-ung (1834: 94); GçréuŸ (1892: 56)
Tur-rur-kur-ri (1834: 94); Turrakurri (1892: 56)
Bimble (1834: xi); Bimble (1892: ix)
Tuk-kil-li-ko (1834: 101); Ta-killiko (1892: 61)
Tau-wa (1834: 30);
Tau-wa-tau-wa (1834: 30);
Ta-tán (1834: 4);
Ka-nin (1834: 87); Kanin (1892: 53)
Yár-ro (1834: 93-4); Yárro (1892: 50)
Ngún-na (1834: 95); Guna (1892: 56)
Ngór-ro-in (1834: 83); Ÿ órroin (1892: 50)
 Kóng-ko-róng (1834: 83-87); KóŸ koróŸ (1892: 54)
Pu-lóng-kul-li-ko (1834: 100); PulóŸ -kulliko (1892: 61)
Tul-bul-li-ko (1834: 101); Tulbulliko (1892: 62)
Ya-re-a (1834: 93); Yarea (1892: 56)
Ya-ra-kai (1834: 103); Yarakai (1892: 64)
Tún-bil-li-ko (1834: 101); Túnbilliko (1892: 62)
Ka-kil-li-ko (1834: 96a); Kakilliko (1892: 28, 58, 213)
Po-ro-wung (1834: 94); porowuŸ (1892: 56)
Ngai-kung (1834: 94); GaikuŸ (1892: 56)
Yul-kur-ra (1834: 94); Yulkåra (1892: 56)
Wo-i-pin (1834: 94); Woipín (1892: 56)

 

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F

face
faith
fall down (to be thrown down)
fall down
fall down
fat
father
father
father (title of address)
female (youngest female)fern
fever
fight

find (v)
finger (2nd finger)
finger (forefinger)
finger (little finger)
finger (the 3rd finger)
finger (thumb)
fingernails
fire
fish
fish (bream)
fish (bream)
fish (cuttle fish)
fish (large mullet)

fish (large whiting)
fish (the fish as an agent)
fishing (with a line)
flame
flee (to run away)
flesh
flies
float
float
flog
flowers
fly (v)
fog
follow
fool
foolish
foot (sole of)
forehead
forehead
forgive
frogs
fur (possum fur)
furious

 

Tarkin (1892: 56); also Ÿ oara (1892: 56)
Ngur-rul-li-to (1834: 11); [ * ] (1892: 10)
Pun-ti-mul-li-ko (1834: 100); Puntimlulliko (1892: 61)

Wit-ti-mul-li-ko (1834: 102); Wittimulliko (1892: 63)
Nga-ro-nga-ro (1834: 99); Garo-garo (1892: 58)
Ki-pai (1834: 86); Kipai (1892: 53, 216)
Bin-tun-kin (1834: 86); Bintunkin (1892: 49)
Bi-yung-bai (1834: 86); BiyuŸ bai (1892: 53)
Bi-yung (1834: 86); BiyuŸ (1892: 53)
Wúng-ngun-bai (1834: 90); WúŸ -gunbai (1892: 53)
Bo-i-kón (1834: 82); boikón (1892: 50)
Ki-rin (1834: 87); Karin (1892: 214); Kirrin (1892: 216)
Wo-ro-wai (1834: 93); Wu-ru-wai (1834: 103); Worowai; Waruwai (1892: 56, 63)
Bum-mil-li-ko (1834: 96); Bummilliko (1892: 57, 205)
Pur-ro-kul-kun (1834: 95); Purrokulkun (1892: 56)
Núm-ba (1834: 95); Númba (1892: 56)
Nga-rá-kón-bi (1834: 95); Garákonbi (1892: 57)
Kót-tán (1834: 95); Kotán (1892: 56)
Tun-kán-be-en (1834: 95); Tunkánbéen (1892: 56)
Tir-reil (1834: 95); tirreil; tirri (1892: 57)
Ko-i-yung (1834: 87); KoiyuŸ (1892: 54)
ma-ko-ro (1834: 9, 11, 88); Makoro (1892: 9, 54, 222)
Tu-rea (1834: 91); Turea (1892: 55)
Yu-ro-in (1834: 93); Yuroin (1892: 56)
Ko-ro-wa-tul-lun (1834: 87); Korowa-tålåŸ (1892: 54)
wai-ta-won (1834: 1); Wot-ta-won (1834: 93); Wattawån, m., a large mullet (1892: 56)
Ka-ro-bur-ra (1834: 87); Karoburra (1892: 53)
Ma-ko-ró (1834: 11); Makor-ó (1892: 11); Makoró (1892: 222)
Kól-la-bil-li-ko (1834: 96a); Kóllabilliko (1892: 59)
Tir-ri-ki (1834: 86); Tirriki (1892: 55)
Mur-ra-li-ko (1834: 98); Murralliko (1892: 60); Murrulliko (1892: 226)
Pur-ri-ung; Put-ta-ra (1834: 96); PurríuŸ ; puttara (1892: 57)
Wu-run-kán (1834: 93); Wurunkán (1892: 56)
Pin-ta-kil-li-ke (1834: 100); Pintakilliko (1892: 61)
Wau-wil-li-ko (1834: 103); Wauwilliko (1892: 63)
We-il-ko-ril-li-ko (1834: 103); Weilkorilliko (1892: 63)
Mu-ra-bun (1834: 88); Murabån (1892: 54)
Pur-kul-li-ko (1834: 100); Purkulliko (1892: 61)
Ko-ro-pun (1834: 87); Koropun (1892: 54)
Wir-ro-bul-li-ko (1834: 103); Wirrobulliko (1892: 63)
Kón-nung-ngai (1834: 87); KonuŸ -gai (1892: 54)
Won-kul-kei (1834: 17);
Yúl-lo (1834: 96); Yúllo (1892: 57)
Ngól-lo (1834: 94); Ÿ olo (1892: 56)
Yin-tir-ri (1834: 94); Yintirri (1892: 56)
Wa-re-kul-li-ko (1834: 102); Warekulliko (1892: 63)
Kóng-kung (1834: 86); KókuŸ (1892: 54)
Yir-ring (1834: 86); YirriŸ (1892: 53)
Buk-ka (1834: 96); Bukka (1892: 57, 204)

 

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G

gate; gateway (also the mouth)
ghost
giddy
gift
gluttonous
good

grass
grass tree place
grave
grease
great (very great)
grow
grow

 

Kur-rur-ka (1834: 94); Karaka; kurraka; Garaka (1892: 54, 210, 213); [ * ] (1892: 56)
Mum-mu-yá (1834: 88); Mmuya (1892: 54); Mamuya (1892: 222)
Kum-bur-ro (1834: 96a); Kombåro (1892: 59)
boon (1834: 2);
Ma-tel-li-ko (1834: 98); Matelliko (1892: 60)
Mur-ro-rong (1834: xi); Mur-ro-róng (1834: 16); murrorong (1834: ix); [ * ] (1892: 10, 11)
Wo-i-yo (1834: 11, 93); Woiyo (1892: 10, 56)
Ke-el-ke el-ba (1834: 82); Kéel-kéelba (1892: 50)
Tul-mun (1834: 92); Tulmun (1892: 55)
Ki-pai (1834: 86);. Kipai (1892: 53, 216)
Kau-wul-kau-wul (1834: 30);
Tu-ru-kil-li-ko (1834: 101); Turukilliko (1892: 62)
Po-ai-kul-li-ko (1834: 100); Poai-kulliko (1892: 61); Boaikulliko (1892: 203) 

 

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H

hair (body hair)
hair (animal hair)
hair (on head)
hair (on the skin)
hairy
hand
hand (left hand)
hand (palm)
hand (the back of)
handsome
handsome
hard
hasten
haze
he
head (human head)
healing
heart
heat
heel
heels
hips
hold (by the hands)
honey (a coarser sort)
honey (a white sort)
honey (from grass tree)
honey (from honey suckle tree)
honey suckle tree
honeycomb
hornet
hot
house
how? (in what manner?)
hunger (to suffer hunger)
hungry (to be hungry)
hunt (v)
husband
hut

 

Wúr-run (1834: 86); Wúrrun (1892: 53)
Kit-tung (1834: 94); KituŸ (1892: 56)
Búr-rung (1834: 86); BúruŸ (1892: 53)
Wu-run (1834: 96); Wúrun (1892: 53); Wurun (1892: 57)
Wu-run-ba-ring (1834: 103); WurunbariŸ (1892: 63)
Mut-tur-ra (1834: 95); Måttåra (1892: 11, 56)
Wúntokeri (1892: 57); TúŸ kaŸ keri (1892: 57)
Wa-rá (1834: 95); Wará (1892: 57)
Bul-ka (1834: 95); Bulka (1892: 57, 204)
Ko-nén (1834: 96a); Konéin (1892: 59, 218)
Kul-bun-kul-bun (1834: 96a); Kulbun-kulbun (1892: 59)
Pir-ri-rál (1834: 99); Pirriral (1892: 61)
Ka-ra-kai (1834: 97); Karakai (1892: 58, 213); Kurrarakai (1892: 221)
Ko-ro-pun (1834: 87); Koropun (1892: 54)
niu-wo-a (1834: 2);
Wol-lung (1834: 85. 94); wallug (1892: 56)
Tu-ról (1834: 101); Turól (1892: 62)
Búl-bul (1834: 96); Búlbúl (1892: 57, 204)
Wir-ro-ba-kil-li-ko (1834: 103); Wirabakilliko (1892: 63)
Mo-núng (1834: 95); Mukko; monuŸ (1892: 57)
Muk-ko (1834: 95); mukko (1892: 57)
Nga-káng (1834: 95); Gak០(1892: 57)
Tul-la-mul-li-ko (1834: 101); Tullamulliko (1892: 62)
Ko-run-náng (1834: 87); korunn០(1892: 53)
Ki-ri-ka (1834: 87); Kirika (1892: 53)
Ká-ra-ka (1834: 87); Káraka (1892: 53)
Mi-kál (1834: 87); Mikál (1892: 53)
Wa-ro-pur-ra (1834: 93); Waropåra (1892: 55)
Mip-pa-rai (1834: 87); Mipparai (1892: 53, 224)
Wa-ro-i (1834: 93); Waroi (1892: 55)
Wir-ro-ka-kil-li-ko (1834: 103); Wirakakilliko (1892: 63)
Ko-ke-re (1834: 11, 86); Kokera (1892: 11, 54, 217)
Ya-ko-ai? (1834: 7); Yak-ai? (1892: 45)
Tu-rón-pir-ri (1834: 101); Turónpiri (1892: 62)
Ka-pir-ri (1834: 96a); Kapirri (1892: 58)
Wai-pul-li-ko (1834: 103); Waipulliko (1892: 63)
Po-ri-bai (1834: 10, 91); pori-bai (1892: 9); poribai (1892: 55)
Ko-ke-re (1834: 11, 86); Kokera (1892: 11, 54, 217)

 

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I

initiated (to be initiated)
iron
island

 

Ngur-ra-mang (1834: 98); GurramaŸ (1892: 58)

Nul-ka-nul-kaIron (1834: 90); Nulka; anulka (1892: 54)
Búl-ba (1834: 82); Búlba (1892: 50)

 

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J

jaw (lower jaw)
joy

 

Un-táng (1834: 95); Untág (1856: 56)
Pi-tul (1834: 10); [ * ] (1892: 10)   

 

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K

kangaroo
kangaroo
kangaroo (small species)
kangaroo skin cloak
keep
kick
kidney (also a cockle)
king
kiss (to kiss)
knee pan
knee-pan
knee-pan
knees
knife

 

Ka-rai (1834: xii, 9); karai (1892: x, 9, 53)
Mo-a-ne (1834: 88); Moani (1892: 54)
Bul-bung (1834: 86); BulbuŸ (1892: 53)

Wo-ro-wán (1834: 93); Worowán (1892: 56)
Mi-ro-mul-li-ko (1834: 97); Miromulliko (1892: 60)
Tu-lu-til-li-ko (1834: 102); Tulutilliko (1892: 62)
Pur-rum-mai (1834: 96); Purråmai (1892: 57)

Pir-ri-wul (1834: 4, 90); Piriwål (1892: 9, 55)
Bo-in-kul-li-ko (1834: 96); Boinkulliko (1892: 57)
Mo-kul-mo-kul (1834: 95); mokul-mokul (1892: 57)
Pa-pi-nán (1834: 95); Papinán (1892: 57)
Ko-róng-ngai (1834: 95); koróg-gai (1892: 57)
Wa-róm bung (1834: 95); WarombuŸ (1892: 57)
Kul-ling-ti-el-la (1834: 86); KulliŸ tiella (1892: 54)

 

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L

lame
language
large
laugh
laugh
leap
leave
legs (calves)
lend
liberate (v)
lick
lie (to tell a lie)
lie down (as to sleep)
lift up
lightning
lilly
lips
lips
little
liver
loins
long; lengthy
lose (v)
lungs

 

We-ir-we-ir (1834: 103); Weir-weir (1892: 63)
Pul-li (1834: 91); Pullí (1892: 55)
Carbon (1834: xii); Carbon (1892: x)
Kin-tel-li-ko (1834: 96a); Kintelliko (1892: 59, 216)
Ya-ring-kul-li-ko (1834: 104); YariŸ kulliko (1892: 64)
Kar-kul-li-ko (1834: 97); Kurkulliko (1892: 59)
Wún-kil-li-ko (1834: 102); Wúnkilliko (1892: 63)
Tur-ra (1834: 95); tåra (1892: 57)
Múm-bil-li-ko (1834: 98); Múmbilliko (1892: 60); Mambilliko (1892: 226)
Bu-rung-bung-ngul-li-ko (1834: 96);
Wo-a-tel-li-ko (1834: 103); Woatelliko (1892: 63)
Nga-ko-yel-li-ko (1834: 99); Gakoyelliko (1892: 58)
Bir-ri-kil-li-ko (1834: 96); Birrikilliko (1892: 57, 203)

Pu-ro-mul-li-ko (1834: 100); Puromulliko (1892: 61)
Wót-tól (1834: 91); wóttól (1892: 54)
Min-mai (1834: 88); Minmai (1892: 54)
Tum-bi-ri (1834: 94); Tumbiri (1892: 56)
Wil-ling (1834: 94); williŸ (1892: 56)
Wa-re-a (1834: 103);
Mún-nung (1834: 96); MunuŸ (1892: 57)
Winnal (1892: 57)
Kir-ra-we (1834: 97); Kirrawi (1892: 58)
Bul-pór-bung-ngul-li-ko (1834: 96); Bulpór-buŸ -gulliko
Yók-kól (1834: 96); Yokól (1892: 57)

 

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M

man (an old man)
man (belonging to man)
man (first born, eldest male)
man (initiated man)
man (man as the agent)
man (or mankind)
man (uninitiated)
man (young bachelors)
man (youngest male)
mangrove bush
mangrove seed
marrow
messenger
miserable
mist
mistaken
mosquito
mountain
mouse
mouth (also a gateway)
muddy
murder (to kill)
murderer

 

Nga-rom-bai (1834: 90); Garo-mbai (1892: 53); Garombai (1892: 210)
Ko-re-ko-ba (1834: 6);

Kur-ra-kóng (183): 87); KurrakóŸ (1892: 54)

Yi-ra-bai (1834: 93-4); yirabai (1892: 50)
Ko-re-ko (1834: 11); [ * ] (1892: 10)

Ko-re (1834: 4, 5, 9, 11, 87); [ * ] (1892: 9, 10); Kçri (1892: 54)
Ko-ro-mun (1834: 93-4); koromun (1892: 50)
Wúng-ngur-ra-pin (1834: 88); WúŸ gurrapin (1892: 56)

Tai-yól (1834: 88); Taiyól (1892: 54, 55)
Ko-un (1834: 87); Koun (1892: 54)
Bo-a-lúng (1834: 86); BoalúŸ (1892: 53)
Tóng-tóng (1834: 96); ToŸ -toŸ (1892: 57)
Pun-ti-mai (1834: 4, 91); Puntimai; Buntimai (1892: 49, 205)
Mir-rul (1834: 98); Miriål (1892: 60)
Ko-ro-pun (1834: 87); Koropun (1892: 54)
Pun-ta (1834: 99); Punta (1892: 61)
To-ping (1834: 91); TopiŸ (1892: 55)
Bul-kir-ra (1834: 82);
Tu-lun (1834: 91); Tulun (1892: 55)
Kur-rur-ka (1834: 94); Karaka; kurraka; Garaka (1892: 54, 210, 213); [ * ] (1892: 56)
Kung-un (1834: 96a); KuŸ un (1892: 59)
Tet-ti-bung-ngul-li-ko (1834: 100); Tetti-buŸ -gulliko (1892: 62)
Kur-rur-bun (1834: 87); Kurråbun (1892: 54)

 

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N

naked
naked
narrow
neck
new
news
nibble
night
nipple
nose

 

Tút-to-ring (1834: 101); tóttoriŸ (1892: 62)
Tot-tóng (1834: 101); tóttóŸ (1892: 62)
Tu-lo-in (1834: 101); Tuloin (1892: 62)
Kul-le-ung (1834: 95); KulleuŸ (1892: 56)
Bung-ngai (1834: 4);
To-tóng (1834: 101); tótóg (1892: 62)
Yi-tel-li-ko (1834: 104); Yitelliko (1892: 64)
To-ko-i (1834: 91); Tokoi (1892: 55)
Nga-pung (1834: 95); Gapug (1892: 57)
Nu-koro (1834: 94); nukoro (1892: 56)

 

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O

observe
ochre (yellow)
ointment
outside
oyster (mangrove oyster)
oyster (rock oyster)
oysters (mud oyster)

 

Na-kil-li-ko (1834: 98); Gakilliko (1892: 58)
Ko-na-ko-na (1834: 82); kona-kona (1892: 51)
Ki-pai (1834: 86); Kipai (1892: 53, 216)
War-rai (1834: 77); warrai (1892: 46)
Pir-ri-ta (1834: 88); Pirrita (1892: 55)

acute;n-bón-kán (1834: 88); Múnbónkán (1892: 54)
Mo-ko-i (1834: 88); Mokoi (1892: 54)

 

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P

pain
pain
pant
path
patient
pelican
pen
perspire
pierce
pierced
pinch
pity
place (to place or put)
pleasant
pluck
possum
powerful
powerful
preserve
prick
proclaim (to make known)
property
pulsate
punish

 

Ka-ti-o ka-ti-a (1834: 78); katio-katia (1892: 46)
Ki-rin (1834: 87); Karin; Kirrin (1892: 214, 216)
Ngur-ri-ngur-ri (1834: 99); Gari-gari (1892: 58)
Ya-pung (1834: 93); YapuŸ (1892: 56)
Mo-ro-un (1834: 97); Moroun (1892: 60)
Ka-róng-ka-róng (1834: 87); KaróŸ -karóŸ (1892: 53)
Yir-ring (1834: 93); YirriŸ (1892: 56)
Ka-ról (1834: 96a); Karól (1892: 58)
Túr-rul-li-ko (1834: 101); Túrulliko (1892: 62)
Tu-rá (1834: 80);
Ni-mul-li-ko (1834: 99); Nimulliko (1892: 60)
Ngur-ra-ra (1834: 98); Gurrara (1892: 58)
Wu-pil-li-ko (1834: 102); Wupilliko (1892: 63)

Ke-kul (1834: 5, 96); Kekål (1892: 11, 57)
Tit-til-li-ko (1834: 101); Tittilliko (1892: 62)
Wil-lai (1834: 93); Willai (1892: 56)
Kai-yu (1834: 96a); Kaiyu (1892: 58, 212)
Ki-a-ki-a (1834: 96a); Kia-kia (1892: 58)
Tu-kin u-mul-li-ko (1834: 102); Tukín-umulliko (1892: 62)
Túr-rul-li-ko (1834: 101); Túrulliko (1892: 62)
Ma-róng-ko-i-yel-li-ko (1834: 98); MaróŸ koiyelliko (1892: 60)

Tul-lo-kán (1834: 92); Tullokán (1892: 55)
Yút-pil-li-ko (1834: 104); Yútpilliko (1892: 64)
Tu-ru-kón-bil-li-ko (1834: 101); Turukónbilliko (1892: 62)

 

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Q

quarrel
quiet

 

Ko-a-kil-li-ko (1834: 96a); Koakilliko (1892: 59)
Mo-ro-un (1834: 97); Moroun (1892: 60)

 

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R

rain
rain (misty rain)
rebuke
recognise
reed
remember
repeat (say again)
revolve

ribs
roast (to roast, to scorch with fire)
rock
rotten (as a skin or cloth)
rotten (as wood)
round
run (to run fast, to escape)

 

Ko-i-won (1834: 86); Koiwon (1892: 54)
Bo-ar-ing (1834: 86); BoarriŸ (1892: 53)
Ko-a-kil-li-ko (1834: 96a); Koakilliko (1892: 59)
Ngi-mil-li-ko (1834: 99); Gimilliko (1892: 58)
Kóng-ka (1834: 86); KóŸ ka (1892: 54)
Ko-ta-bun-bil-la (1834: 97); Kotabunbinla (1892: 59)
Wi-ye-a (1834: 102); Wiyéa (1892: 63)
Kir-rai-kir-rai (1834: 97); Kirrai-kirrai (1892: 58, 216); Kurrai-kurrai (1892: 221)
Na-ra (1834: 95); Nara (1892: 57)
Ki-yu (1834: 16);

Tún-núng (1834: 92); TunuŸ (1892: 55)
Kun-bún (1834: 96a); Kunbún (1892: 59)

Kur-múr (1834: 96a); Kurmúr (1892: 60)
Po-róng-kúl (1834: 99); PoróŸ kål (1892: 61)
Tul-bul-li-ko (1834: 101); Tulbulliko (1892: 62)

 

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S

salmon
salt
sand
sand flies
satiated
scorch
sea gull
sea slug
sea weed place
sea-slug
sea-slug (or blubber)
seize
separate
shadow
shallow
shark
sharpen (to cause to be sharp)
sharpen (to sharpen)
shell
shell fish
shelter
shine
shins
shiny
ship
short
short
shoulder
shout
sickness
silent (to be silent)
silent (to remain silent)
sinews
sing
sink
skilful
skillful
skin (also the bark of a tree)
skin (v)
skull
sleep (v)
slimy
slippery
slow
smelly
smite
smiter
smoke (v)
snake
snake (black-snake)
snake (brown diamond snake)
snake (brown diamond)
snake (death adder)
snake (the snake as an agent)
snapper (large snapper)
snapper (large snapper)
snapper (small)
snatch (v)
soft
son
song
sorcerer
soul
speak in reply (to answer)
speaker (one who speaks)
speaking place (as a pulpit)
speaks
spear (fish)
spear (for battle)
spear (for fish)

spear (v)
speared
spill
spirit
spit
split (v)
sport (to play sport)
squeeze
stab
stamp (v)
stand up
stand upright
stiff
stink
stone
stoop
strew
strike (he will strike)
strike (I strike)
strike (strike again)
strong
strong
stunned
summer
sun
swan (black swan)
sweet (this is sweet)
sweetness
swell
swim
sword (wooden)
sympathise

 

Pur-ri-mun-kán (1834: 91); Purrimunkán (1892: 55)
Pul-li (1834: 91); Pulli (1892: 55)
Pún-na (1834: 90); Puna (1892: 55)
Nei-ne (1834: 89); Meini (1892: 54)
Wa-ra-ka-ring (1834: 102); WarakariŸ (1892: 63)
Win-nel-li-ko (1834: 103); Winelliko (1892: 63)
Nga-ü-wo (1834: 90); Gauwo (1892: 53)
Kun-je-wy (1834: 85); kunjewai (1892: 53)
Kai-á-ra-ba (1834: 82); Kaiáraba (1892: 50)
Bún-kun (1834: 85); Búnkun (1892: 53)
Pun-bung (1834: 91); PunbuŸ (1892: 55)
Nin-mil-li-ko (1834: 99); Ninmilliko (1892: 60)
To-lóng-to-lóng (1834: 101); TolóŸ -tolóŸ (1892: 62)
Kóm-mir-rá (1834: 87); Kómirrá (1892: 54)
Wot-ta-ra (1834: 103); Wotara (1892: 63)
Kur-ra-ko-i-yóng (1834: 87); Kurra-koiyóŸ (1892: 54)
Mir-rin-u-pul-il-ko (1834: 98); Mirrínupulliko (1892: 60)

Mir-ril-li-ko (1834: 98); Mirrilliko (1892: 60)
Kul-ling (1834: 87); KulliŸ (1892: 54)
Bir-ra-ba (1834: 86); Birraba (1892: 53)
Ko-ke-re (1834: 11, 86); Kokera (1892: 11, 54, 217)
Kil-li-bin-bin (1834: 97); Killibinbin (1892: 59, 215)
Ngá-ri (1834: 95); Gári (1892: 57)
Pul-lun-tur-ra (1834: 100); Pulluntara (1892: 61)
Mur-ri-nau-wai (1834: 88); Murri-nauwai (1892: 54)
Pon-kóng (1834: 100); PónkóŸ (1892: 61)
Ngoi-ting (1834: 97); GoitiŸ (1892: 61)
Mir-rung (1834: 95); MirruŸ (1892: 56)
Ne-il-pai-yel-li-ko (1834: 99); Neilpaiyelliko (1892: 60)
Mun-ni (1834: 88); Munni (1892: 60)
Mu-pai (1834: 98); Mupai (1892: 60, 226)
Mu-pai-kai-yel-li-ko (1834: 98); Mupaikaiyelliko (1892: 60); Korunpaiyelliko (1892: 59) [ * * ]
Me-ya (1834: 96); Meya (1892: 57)
Wit-til-li-ko (1834: 102); Wittilliko (1892: 63)
Pillokulliko (1892: 61)
Ngu-ra-ki (1834: 98); Ngu-ra-kei (1834: 17); Guraki (1892: 58)
Ya-ra-kai-to (1834: 16);
Buk-kai (1834: 86, 96); Bukkai (1892: 53, 57)

Wa-mul-li-ko (1834: 103); Wamulliko (1892: 63)
Kup-pur-ra (1834: 94); Kåppåra (1892: 56)
Nga-ra-bo (1834: 99); Garabo (1892: 58)
To-ro-lo-lúl (1834: 101); Torololål (1892: 62)
To-ro-lo-lúl (1834: 101); Torololål (1892: 62)
Kur-rá (1834: 96a); Kurrá (1892: 60)
Ko-i-pul-li-ko (1834: 97); Koipulliko (1892: 59)
bún (1834: 2, 5); bún (1892: 11)
Bún-ki-yei (1834: 5, 17); búnkiyé (1892: 11)
Po-i-to (1834: 87); Poito (1892: 54, 55)
Wi-tel-li-ko (1834: 102); Witelliko (1892: 63)
Mai-yá (1834: 11); Mai-yá (1892: 10); Maiya (1892: 53, 222)
Mót-to (1834: 88); Móto (1892: 54)
Kur-ri-wi-rá-ra (1834: 86); kurriwirára
Kán (1834: 86); Kán (1892: 53)

Tem-bi-ri-be-en (1834: 92); Tembiribéen (1892: 55)
Mai-ya-ko (1834: 11);

Ngo-lo-ko-nung (1834: 89); GolokonuŸ (1892: 53)

Kur-rung-kun (1834: 86); Kurrugkun (1892: 54)

Mut-tau-ra (1834: 86); muttaura (1892: 54)
Bún-mul-li-ko (1834: 96);
Kun-bon (1834: 99); kunbón (1892: 61)
Yi-nál (1834: 11, 93); yinál (1892: 9, 11, 56)
Nung-ngún (1834: 90); NuŸ -gún (1892: 49)
Ka-rá-kul (1834: 87, 88, 93-4) Karákul (1834: 97); Karákål (1892: 48, 50, 53)
Ma-rai (1834: 88); Marai (1892: 54, 222).
Wi-ya-yel-li-ko (1834: 102); Wiyayelliko (1892: 63)

Wi-yel-li-kán (1834: 4, 9); Wiyellikán (1892: 9)

Wi-yel-li-ngé-il (1834: 4);

Wi-yán (1834: 4);
Kul-lá-ra (1834: 86); Kullára (1892: 54)
Wa-rai (1834: 93); Wairai (1892: 55)
Mo-ting (1834: 93); MotiŸ (1892: 55)
Túr-rul-li-ko (1834: 101); Túrulliko (1892: 62)
Tu-rá (1834: 80);
Ka-ra-bul-li-ko (1834: 96a); Karabulliko (1892: 58); Kiroabulliko, Kiropulliko (1892: 216)
Ma-rai (1834: 88); Marai (1892: 54, 222).
Kur-ráng-ko-pil-li-ko (1834: 97); Kurr០kopilliko (1892: 60)
Tur-rul (1834: 102); Turrål (1892: 62)
Ni-ngul-li-ko (1834: 98); NiŸ ulliko (1892: 60)
Ki-mul-li-ko (1834: 97); Kimulliko (1892: 59)
Túr-rul-li-ko (1834: 101); Túrulliko (1892: 62)
Wat-ta-wal-li-ko (1834: 103); Wattawalliko (1892: 63)
Nga-ro-kin-bil-li-ko (1834: 99); Garokínbilliko (1892: 58)
Nga-ro-kil-li-ko (1834: 98); Garokilliko (1892: 58); Gakilliko (1892: 208)
Kul-wun (1834: 97); Kulwun; Kulwon (1892: 59, 220)
Ko-it-ta (1834: 96a); Koitta (1892: 59)
Tún-núng (1834: 92); TunuŸ (1892: 55)
Wu-no (1834: 103); Wuno (1892: 63)
Wa-ri-wa-ri-kul-li-ko (1834: 103); Wari-wari-kulliko (1892: 64)
Bún-nun no-a (1834: 32);
Bún-tàn bàng (1834: 31);
Bún-té-a ka (1834: 31); Bún-té-a ka bi (1892: 32)
Pir-ri-rál (1834: 99); Pirriral (1892: 61)
Ki-a-ki-a (1834: 96a); Kia-kia (1892: 58)
Tút-tóng (1834: 101); TútoŸ (1892: 62)
Wún-nul (1834: 93); Wunål (1892: 56)
Pun-nul (1834: 11, 90); Punnål (1892: 11, 55)
Kun-bul (1834: 87); Kunbul (1892: 54)
Ke-kul láng unni (1834: 30);
Ke-kul-ke (1834: 5); Ke-kul-kei (1834: 17); [ * ] (1892: 11)
Wo-ro-wo-ro (1834: 103); Woro-woro (1892: 63)
Wat-pul-li-ko (1834: 100, 103); Watpulliko (1892: 61, 63)
Yir-ra (1834: 93); Yirra (1892: 56)
Min-ki (1834: 98); Minki (1892: 60)

 

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T

tall
tame
teeth
teeth
temples
thighs
threadbare
throat
throb
thunder
thus
tick
timber
tired
tobacco
toenails
toes
tomorrow
tongue
tortoise
touch (with the hand)
track
trees
troublesome

turtle

 

Po-re-i (1834: 100); Porei (1892: 61)
Mo-ro-un (1834: 97); Moroun (1892: 60)
Ti-ra (1834: 94); tira (1892: 52); tirra (1892: 56)
Ngun-tur-rar (1834: 94); Gunturra (1892: 56)
Tuk-kul (1834: 94); Tukkål (1892: 56)
Búl-lo-in-ko-ro (1834: 95); Búloinkoro (1892: 57)
Ko-ro-kal (1834: 97); Korokål (1892: 59)
Kul-le-a-ring (1834: 95); KulleariŸ (1892: 54, 56)
Yút-pil-li-ko (1834: 104); Yútpilliko (1892: 64)
Mu-lo (1834: 88); Mulo (1892: 54)
Yan-ti (1834: 80);
Tir-ril (1834: 92); Tirril (1892: 55)
Kól-lai (1834: 86); Kçlai (1892: 54)
Pir-ra (1834: 100); Pirra (1892: 61)
Cudgel (1834: xi); Cudgel (1892: x)
Tir-reil (1834: 95); tirreil; tirri (1892: 57)
Tin-na (1834: 96); Tinna (1892: 57)
Kúm-ba (1834: 86); Kúmba (1892: 54)
Tul-lun (1834: 94); Tållåg (1892: 56)
Ko-tu-máng (1834: 86); Kotum០(1892: 54)
Nu-mul-li-ko (1834: 99); Numulliko (1892: 60)
Yu-lo (1834: 93); Yulo (1892: 56)
Kól-lai (1834: 86); Kçlai (1892: 54)
Kum-bur-ro-pai-yel-li-ko (1834: 97); Kumbarapaiyelliko (1892: 220); [ * ] (1892: 59)
Yu-núng (1834: 93); YunuŸ (1892: 56)

 

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U

urge (v)
urine

 

Pi-ral-mul-li-ko (1834: 100); Pirrál-mulliko (1892: 61)
Kei-lai (1834: 87); Keilai (1892: 53)

 

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V

valley
veins
vermin
vibrate
voice
vomit (v)

 

Pil-la-pai (1834: 91); Pillapai (1892: 54)
Tur-ra-kil (1834: 96); Turrakil (1892: 57)
Bung-kin (1834: 86); BuŸ kin (1892: 53)
Pal-pal (1834: 100); Pålpål (1892: 61)
Pul-li (1834: 91); Pullí (1892: 55)
Mu-la-mul-li-ko (1834: 98); Mulamulliko (1892: 60)

 

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W

watch (v)
water (fresh water)
water (fresh water)
water (fresh water)
water (fresh water)
water (fresh water)
water (fresh water)
water (to empty or pour out water)
water (to fetch water)
wear (v)
weep
wet
whale (black whale)
whale (sperm whale)
where is he?
which way?
whip (v)
who?
wind
wind-pipe
winter
wise
within
wizard
woman
woman (first born female)
woman (old woman)
woman (young women)
wood
worthless
wounded
wounded
wrathful
wrathful
wrecked
wrestle (v)

 

Ko-ra-wol-li-ko (1834: 96a); Korawalliko (1892: 59)
Bá-to (1834: 89); Bato (1892: 53)
Kul-ling (1834: 89); kulliŸ (1892: 53)
Ngal-yu-wa (1834: 89); Ÿ aiyuwa (1892: 53)
Ko-ko-in (1834: 86, 89); Kokoin (1892: 53, 54, 217)
Nga-tóng (1834: 89);; Ÿ atóg (1892: 53)
Yér-ro (1834: 89); yarro (1892: 53)
Ki-ro-a-pul-li-ko (1834: 97); Kiroapulliko (1892: 58)

Pe-a-kul-li-ko (1834: 100); Peakulliko (1892: 61)
Kón-ti-mul-li-ko (1834: 97); Kóntimulliko (1892: 59)
Ngur-run-bór-bur-ril-li-ko (1834: 99); Gurrunbórburrilliko (1892: 58)
Kin-nu-ring (1834: 96a); KiunuriŸ (1892: 59)
To-róng-ngun (1834: 92); ToróŸ -gun (1892: 55)
Be-ra-buk-kán (1834: 86); Berabukkán (1892: 53)
Won-nung ke no-a? (1834: 30);
Won-nén? (1834: 79); Wonnén? (1892: 45)
We-il-ko-ril-li-ko (1834: 103); Weilkorilliko (1892: 63)
Ngan? (1834: 13);
Wip-pi or Wibbi (1834: 93); wippi or wibbi (1892: 56)
Kór-ro (1834: 95); Korro (1892: 54, 56)
Tuk-kur-rir (1834: 93); Tukkåra (1892: 55)
Ngu-ra-ki (1834: 98); Ngu-ra-kei (1834: 17); Guraki (1892: 58)
Mur-rung (1834: 77); [ * ] (1892: 46)
Ka-rá-kul (1834: 87, 88, 93-4) Karákul (1834: 97); Karákål (1892: 48, 50, 53)
Nu-kung (1834: 11, 90); NukuŸ (1892: 54)
Ngir-rin-bai (1834: 90); Girrinbai (1892: 53); also WúŸ -gunbai

Nga-ro-nge-en (1834: 90); Garo-Ÿ éen WúŸ -gunbai
Mur-ra-ké-en (1834: 88); Murrakin (1892: 54)

Kól-lai (1834: 86); Kçlai (1892: 54)
Mur-ro-róng ko-ri-en (1834: 17);
Mi-tung (1834: 98); MituŸ (1892: 60)
Kur-rál (1834: 96a); Kurrál (1892: 60)
Buk-ka-kei (1834: 17); Bukka-ka-ke (1892: 204)
Buk-ka (1834: 96); Bukka (1892: 57, 204)
Pil-lo-bun-til-li-ko (1834: 100); Pillobuntilliko (1892: 61)
Wai-pil-li-ko (1834: 103); Waipilliko (1892: 63)

 

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Y

yam
yam

 

Ko-ka-bai (1834: 86); Kokabai (1892: 54)
Wai-yóng (1834: 93); WaiyóŸ (1892: 55)

 

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