A Nyoongar wordlist from the south west of Western Australia

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Published by Anthropology Dept., Western Australian Museum in Perth, W.A .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Nyungar dialects -- Dictionaries.,
  • Aboriginal Australians -- Languages.

Edition Notes

Book details

Statementcompiled and edited by Peter Bindon & Ross Chadwick.
GenreDictionaries.
ContributionsBindon, Peter., Chadwick, Ross.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPL7101.N97 N96 1992
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 454 p. ;
Number of Pages454
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1035814M
ISBN 100730950263
LC Control Number93230953
OCLC/WorldCa27243214

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Nyoongar Wordlist brings together in a single volume several separately published word lists for South-West Australian Aboriginal languages and dialects. Commonly these are now known collectively as ‘Nyoongar’, which, except for some individual words and short phrases still used in daily conversation, is largely unused.

A Nyoongar Wordlist brings together in a single volume several separately published word lists for South-West Australian Aboriginal languages and dialects. Commonly these are now known collectively as Nyoongar, which, except for some individual words and short.

A Nyoongar wordlist from the south west of Western Australia / compiled and edited by Peter Bindon & Ross Chadwick Anthropology Dept., Western Australian Museum Perth, W.A Australian/Harvard Citation. Bindon, Peter. & Chadwick, Ross.

& Western Australian Museum. Anthropology Department. A Nyoongar wordlist: from the south-west of Western Australia / compiled and edited by Peter Bindon and Ross Chadwick. A Nyoongar Wordlist brings together in a single volume several separately published word lists for South-West Australian Aboriginal languages and dialects.

Commonly these are now known collectively as ‘Nyoongar’, which, except for some individual words and short phrases still used in daily conversation, is largely unused. However true this may be for the whole language, there remain. A Nyoongar wordlist from the south west of Western Australia / compiled and edited by Peter Bindon & Ross Chadwick.

Also Titled A Noongar wordlist from the South West of Western Australia. This publication assembles several separately published word lists from South-West Australian Aboriginal languages and dialects. It is not a dictionary but a basic word list.

Two listings in alphabetical order are provided: one of Aboriginal words and one of an equivalent English word or phrase. A Nyoongar wordlist from the south west of Western Australia. Perth, WA: Anthropology Dept. Western Australian Museum. von Brandenstein, Carl. Nyungar anew: phonology, text samples and etymological and historical word vocabulary of an artificially re-created Aboriginal language in the southwest of Australia.

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For any phone queries, call + Nyoongar Legacy. The Nyoongar Legacy is the result of decades of research into Nyoongar language by the Rt. Rev. Bernard Rooney OSB, Emeritus Abbot of New Norcia. It is a study of the Indigenous place-names of the south-west of Western Australia. Alton Walley is a Whadjuk, Wilman, Kaneang Nyoongar man from the South-West of Western Australia.

Alton has been heavily immersed in his culture since he was a young boy, being fortunate enough to have access to, and engage with, a wealth of knowledgeable cultural figures. Buy all 3 books in this series and receive $10 off the set. Noongar boodja – country covers the entire south-western portion of Western Australia.

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Noongar country is the land occupied by 14 different groups: Amangu, Ballardong, Yued, Kaneang, Koreng, Mineng, Njakinjaki, Njunga. Genre/Form: Glossaries, vocabularies, etc: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Nyoongar wordlist from the south west of Western Australia. Perth, W.A. Nyoongar.

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Alton Walley is a Whadjuk, Wilman, Kaneang Nyoongar man from the South-West of Western Australia. Alton has been heavily immersed in his culture since he was a young boy, being fortunate enough to have access to, and engage with, a wealth of knowledgeable cultural figures.

He has been dancing and playing music with the. Another important dictionary is a Nyoongar Wordlist from the South West of Western Australia compiled by P Bindon and R Chadwick. There are some useful teaching kits available too at the State Library and public libraries eg Nyoongar warr-kin-ying bulup: we’re talking to you about teaching the past today, for tomorrow: course outline.

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The Nyoongar Legacy is the result of decades of research into Nyoongar language by the Rt. Rev. Bernard Rooney OSB, Emeritus Abbot of New Norcia. It is a study of the Indigenous place-names of the south-west of Western Australia, including over Indigenous place names from the region.

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RECLAIM and RECONNECT. By our own Fr. Bernard Rooney OSB. A list of Nyoongar words of the South-West of Western Australia with special emphasis on the mode of language commonly used in the North-Western (Yued/Yuat) area. ISBN: pagesmm x mm.

This book, Noongar people, Noongar land, arose out of the protracted struggle by the Indigenous Noongar people of the South West of Western Australia to gain recognition of their native title rights and interests under the Australian federal.

Peter Bindon and Ross Chadwick have compiled an authoritative cross referenced "A Nyoongar Wordlist: from the South West of Western Australia", by assembling material from all of the above writers in their original spelling.

Nyoongar language, like all traditional languages in Australia is an oral language. Throughout this calendar, we have maintained the spelling as Nyoongar, and we respectfully include all people in the South-West. Geographical borders: Nyoongar country spans from Leeman in the North-West to beyond Cape Arid in the South-East.

Noongar boodja – (country) covers the entire south-western portion of Western Australia. The boundary commences on the west coast at a point north of Jurien Bay, proceeds roughly easterly to a point approximately north of Moora and then roughly south-east to a point on the southern coast between Bremer Bay and Esperance.

The Mark of the Wagarl is the popular new edition of a traditional story from the Nyoongar people of the south-west of Western Australia.

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Brady, Bishop of Perth T. Bryan, Perth. The word Noongar means ‘a person of the south-west of Western Australia’, or the name for the original inhabitants of the south-west of Western Australia’. While Noongar is identified as a single language, there are several ways of pronouncing it, which is reflected in the spelling: Noongar, Nyungar, Nyoongar, Nyoongah, Nyungah, Nyugah.

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Traditional Owners of the South West region Western Australia that include the capital city Perth. Noongar Language group num people a First Nation group of Australia.

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In his book Australians: Origins to Eureka, author Thomas Keneally described the land as a “sunstruck dungeon at the end of the world” for the convicts and social protesters who were shipped to Australia on the First Fleet in But, for the Nyoongar people of south west Western Australia, this was a land of plenty.The word list displays the pronunciation, English translation as well audio for words to give the user a broad overview of how the word is pronounced correctly when spoken.

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