Yuwaalayaay, the language of the Narran River



Publisher: John Giacon in Walgett, NSW

Written in English
Published: Pages: 49 Downloads: 152
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Places:

  • Goodooga (N.S.W.)

Subjects:

  • Yualyai language.,
  • Kamilaroi language.,
  • Kamilaroi (Australian people) -- Social life and customs.,
  • Goodooga (N.S.W.) -- History.

Edition Notes

Also available as a Clarisworks file from the editor.

Statementinformation supplied by Mrs G. Rose, Willie Willis, Greg Fields, Mrs West, at Goodooga ; collected and recorded by Ian Sim ; edited by John Giacon.
ContributionsGiacon, John., Sim, Ian, 1932-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPL7101.Y83 Y89 1998
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 49, 12 p. :
Number of Pages49
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3544275M
ISBN 100958639426
LC Control Number2001535907

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And the publication Yuwaalayaay: Language of the Narran River is made up of material collected by Ian Sim and edited by John Giacon. It contains material collected around Goodooga in the s by Ian, and was edited by John in Narran River, a watercourse of the Barwon catchment within the Murray–Darling basin, is located in the Southern Downs district of Queensland and Orana district of New South Wales, Australia.

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Rose, Willie Willis, Greg Gamilaraay, Yuwaalaraay & Yuwaalayaay dictionary / compiled and edited by Anna Ash, John Giacon and Aman Yugal: Gamilaraay & Yuwaalaraay songs / compiled by the Yuwaalaraay Language Program. In The English River Book romantic lore of the fur trade and the adventurous lives of the traders are recounted on the spot and in the heat of events.

This text is unique in that, rather than providing the reminiscence of a retired trader, it presents an active working : Harry W. Duckworth.

Having swallowed the girls, the kurreahs dived into an opening in the side of the spring, which was the entrance to an underground watercourse leading to the Narran River.

Through this passage they went, taking all the water from the spring with them into the Narran, whose course they also dried as they went along. The Yuwaalayaay language region includes the landscape within the local government boundaries of the Shire of Balonne, including the town of Dirranbandi as well as the border town of Goodooga extending to Walgett and the Narran Lakes in New South : Baradine.

of site‐specific flow indicators for the site (with reference to flows gauged on the Narran River at Wilby Wilby). More information on how the site‐specific flow indicators for the Narran Lakes system were used within the Basin‐wide modelling process to inform the ESLT (i.e.

Step 5 and 6 in Figure 1) can be found in the reportFile Size: 1MB. A participant stated that the accepted names of the language groups on the map in Figure 1 are 'Euahlayi' and 'Gomeroi', and that 'Yuwaalayaay is a clan group of the Gomeroi people adjoining the Euahlayi northeast of the Moonie River' (P2).

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Rose, Willie Willis, Greg. The Gamilaraay or Kamilaroi (see below for other spellings) language is a Pama–Nyungan language of the Wiradhuric subgroup found mostly in south-east Australia. It was the traditional language of the Gamilaraay, but is now endangered—according to Ethnologue, only 35 speakers were left inall m.

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