Australiar hizkuntza autoktonoak

INDIGENOUS LANGUAGES OF AUSTRALIA

AUSTRALIAR HIZKUNTZA AUTOKTONOAK

 

ABORIGINAL WORDS, Macquarie Dictionary, Words from australian aboriginal and Torres Strait islander languages, General editors: Nick Thieberger and William McGregor, The University of Sydney, with MAP OF ABORIGINAL AUSTRALIA, Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies,19,5x12,5, 724 or., Sidney, 2007.

 

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PART I: NEW SOUTH WALES

1

Bundjalung language

MARGARET SHARPE.

 

About the wordlist. Spelling and pronunciation. Bundjalung Wordlists. Wordlist Categories:

 

1) Body parts and products. 2) Kin relationships. 3) Human classification. 4) Language, mythology and ceremony. 5) Human artefacts. 6) Food, cooking and fire.7) Topography. 8) Elements. 9) Mammals. 10) Reptiles. 11) Birds. 12) Aquatic life.13) Insects and spiders. 14) Plants. 15) Physical qualities. 16) Non-physical qualities. 17) Motion. 18) State. 19) Vocalisation and thought. 20) Bodily functions. 21) Impact and violence. 22) Holding and transfer. 23) Location, direction and time. 24) Interjections. 25) Pronouns. 26) Placenames.  Grammatical notes.

 

2

Ngiyampaa language

TAMSIN DONALDSON.

 

Spelling and pronunciation. Ngiyampaa Wordlist. Wordlist Categories:

 

1) Body parts and products. 2) Kin relationships. 3) Human classification. 4) Language, mythology and ceremony. 5) Human artefacts. 6) Food, cooking and fire.7) Topography. 8) Elements. 9) Mammals. 10) Reptiles. 11) Birds. 12) Aquatic life.13) Insects and spiders. 14) Plants. 15) Physical qualities. 16) Non-physical qualities. 17) Motion. 18) State. 19) Vocalisation and thought. 20) Bodily functions. 21) Impact and violence. 22) Holding and transfer. 23) Location, direction and time. 24) Interjections and particles. 25) Onomatopoeics. 26) Determiners and pronouns. 27) Placenames. Grammatical notes. References.

 

3

Paakantyi language

LUISE HERCUS.

 

Spelling. Paakantyi Wordlist. Wordlist Categories:

 

1) Body parts and products. 2) Kin relationships. 3) Human classification. 4) Language, mythology and ceremony. 5) Human artefacts. 6) Food, cooking and fire.7) Topography. 8) Elements. 9) Mammals. 10) Reptiles. 11) Birds. 12) Aquatic life.13) Insects and spiders. 14) Plants. 15) Physical qualities. 16) Non-physical qualities. 17) Motion. 18) State. 19) Vocalisation and thought. 20) Bodily functions. 21) Impact and violence. 22) Holding and transfer. 23) Location, direction and time. 24) Interjections and particles. 25) Demonstratives and pronouns. Grammatical notes: cases, suffixes, examples, English. Grammatical notes. References.

 

4

The Sydney language

JAKELIN TROY.

 

Spelling. The Sydney Language Wordlist. Wordlist Categories:

 

1) Body parts and products. 2) Kin relationships. 3) Human classification. 4) Language, mythology and ceremony. 5) Human artefacts. 6) Food, cooking and fire.7) Topography. 8) Elements. 9) Mammals. 10) Reptiles. 11) Birds. 12) Aquatic life.13) Insects and spiders. 14) Plants. 15) Physical qualities. 16) Non-physical qualities. 17) Motion. 18) State. 19) Vocalisation and thought. 20) Bodily functions. 21) Impact and violence. 22) Holding and transfer. 23) Location, direction and time. 24) Interjections. 25) Demonstratives and pronouns. 26) Placenames. References.

 

5

Wiradjuri language

SALLY McNICOL eta DIANNE HOSKING.

 

About the wordlist. Verbs. Spelling and pronunciation. Wiradjuri Wordlist. Wordlist Categories:

 

1) Body parts and products. 2) Kin relationships. 3) Human classification. 4) Language, mythology and ceremony. 5) Human artefacts. 6) Food, cooking and fire.7) Topography. 8) Elements. 9) Mammals. 10) Reptiles. 11) Birds. 12) Aquatic life.13) Insects and spiders. 14) Plants. 15) Physical qualities. 16) Non-physical qualities. 17) Motion. 18) State. 19) Vocalisation and thought. 20) Bodily functions. 21) Impact and violence. 22) Holding and transfer. 23) Location, direction and time. 24) Interjections and interrogatives. 25) Demonstratives and pronouns. 26) Placenames. Borrowed words. Reduplication and extended meanings. References.

 

 

PART II: VICTORIA

6

Wembawemba language.

LUISE HERCUS.

 

Spelling and pronunciation. Wembawemba Wordlist. Wordlist Categories:

 

1) Body parts and products. 2) Kin relationships. 3) Human classification. 4) Language, mythology and ceremony. 5) Human artefacts. 6) Food, cooking and fire.7) Topography. 8) Elements. 9) Mammals. 10) Reptiles. 11) Birds. 12) Aquatic life.13) Insects and spiders. 14) Plants. 15) Physical qualities. 16) Non-physical qualities. 17) Motion. 18) State. 19) Vocalisation and thought. 20) Bodily functions. 21) Impact and violence. 22) Holding and transfer. 23) Location, direction and time. 24) Interjections. 25) Demonstratives and pronouns. 26) Placenames.  Grammatical notes. References.

 

 

PART III: SOUTH AUSTRALIA

7

Diyari language.

PETER AUSTIN.

 

Abaout the wordlist. Spelling and pronunciation. Diyari Wordlist. Wordlist Categories:

 

1) Body parts and products. 2) Kin relationships. 3) Human classification. 4) Language, mythology and ceremony. 5) Human artefacts. 6) Food, cooking and fire.7) Topography. 8) Elements. 9) Mammals. 10) Reptiles. 11) Birds. 12) Aquatic life.13) Insects and spiders. 14) Plants. 15) Physical qualities. 16) Non-physical qualities. 17) Motion. 18) State. 19) Vocalisation and thought. 20) Bodily functions. 21) Impact and violence. 22) Holding and transfer. 23) Location, direction and time. 24) Interjections and particles. 25) Demonstratives and pronouns. 26) Numbers. 27) Introduced items. 28) Placenames. Grammatical notes. Further reading. References.

 

8

Kaurna language.

ROB AMERY eta JANE SIMPSON

In cooperation with Kaurna Plains School Project and Lewis O’Brien

 

The Kaurna today.Abaout the wordlist. Spelling and pronunciation. Kaurna Wordlist. Wordlist Categories:

 

1) Body parts and products. 2) Kin relationships. 3) Human classification. 4) Language, mythology and ceremony. 5) Human artefacts. 6) Food, cooking and fire.7) Topography. 8) Elements. 9) Mammals. 10) Reptiles. 11) Birds. 12) Aquatic life.13) Insects and spiders. 14) Plants. 15) Physical qualities. 16) Body states. 17) Feelings. 18) Values. 19) Motion. 20) State. 21) Vocalisation and thought. 22) Bodily functions. 23) Impact and violence. 24) Holding and transfer. 25) Location, direction and time. 26) Interjections. 27) Social activities and property. 28) Learning, schools and education. References.

 

PART IV: WESTERN AUSTRALIA

9

Nyungar language.

ALAN DENCH

 

Dialects. Spelling and pronunciation. Nyugar Wordlist. Wordlist Categories:

 

1) Body parts and products. 2) Kin relationships. 3) Human classification. 4) Language, mythology and ceremony. 5) Human artefacts. 6) Food, cooking and fire.7) Topography. 8) Elements. 9) Mammals. 10) Reptiles. 11) Birds. 12) Aquatic life.13) Insects and spiders. 14) Plants. 15) Physical qualities. 16) Non-physical qualities. 17) Motion. 18) State. 19) Vocalisation and thought. 20) Bodily functions. 21) Impact and violence. 22) Holding and transfer. 23) Location, direction and time. 24) Interjections. Grammatical notes. References.

 

10

Gooniyandi language.

WILLIAM McGREGOR

 

Spelling and pronunciation. Gooniyandi Wordlist. Wordlist Categories:

 

1) Body parts and products. 2) Kin relationships. 3) Human classification. 4) Language, mythology and ceremony. 5) Human artefacts. 6) Food, cooking and fire.7) Topography. 8) Elements. 9) Mammals. 10) Reptiles. 11) Birds. 12) Aquatic life.13) Insects and spiders. 14) Plants. 15) Physical qualities. 16) Non-physical qualities. 17) Motion. 18) State. 19) Vocalisation and thought. 20) Bodily functions. 21) Impact and violence. 22) Holding and transfer. 23) Location, direction and time. 24) Interjections and particles. 25) Demonstratives and pronouns. 26) Introduced items. 27) Placenames. Grammatical notes. References.

 

11

Yindjibarndi language.

SUE SMYTHE eta NICK THIEBERGER

 

About the wordlist. Spelling and pronunciation. Yindjibarndi Wordlist. Wordlist Categories:

 

1) Body parts and products. 2) Kin relationships. 3) Human classification. 4) Mythology and ceremony. 5) Human artefacts. 6) Food, cooking and fire.7) Topography. 8) Elements. 9) Mammals. 10) Reptiles. 11) Birds. 12) Aquatic life.13) Insects and spiders. 14) Plants. 15) Physical qualities. 16) Non-physical qualities. 17) Motion. 18) State. 19) Vocalisation and thought. 20) Bodily functions. 21) Impact and violence. 22) Location, direction and time. 23) Pronouns. Grammatical notes. References.

 

PART V: NORTHERN TERRITORY

12

Dätiwuy language.

MERRKIYAWUY GANAMBARR

 

Spelling. Merrkiyawuy Wordlist. Wordlist Categories:

 

1) Body parts and products. 2) Kin relationships. 3) Human classification. 4) Language, mythology and ceremony. 5) Human artefacts. 6) Food, cooking and fire.7) Topography. 8) Elements. 9) Animals – general terms. 10) Edible land animals. 11) Inedible land animals. 12) Aquatic life – general terms. 13) Edible aquatic laif. 14) Inedible aquatik life. 15) Plants – general terms. 16) Billabong foods. 17) Tuber foods. 18) Nuts and vegetable foods. 19) Fruits and sweets. 20) Inedible plants. 21) Physical qualities. 22) Non-physical qualities. 23) Motion. 24) State. 25) Vocalisation and thought. 26) Bodily functions. 27) Impact and violence. 28) Holding and transfer. 29) Location, direction and time. 30) Interjections. 31) Interrigatives. 32) Demonstratives. 33) Personal pronouns. 34) Placenames. Grammatical notes.

 

13

Eastern Arrernte language.

JOHN HENDERSON eta VERONICA DOBSON

 

Family and Society. The state of the language.  About the wordlist. Spelling and pronunciation. Eastern Arrernte Wordlist. Wordlist Categories:

 

1) Body parts and products. 2) Kin relationships. 3) Human classification. 4) Language, mythology and ceremony. 5) Human artefacts. 6) Food, cooking and fire.7) Topography. 8) Elements. 9) Mammals. 10) Reptiles. 11) Birds. 12) Aquatic life.13) Insects and spiders. 14) Plants. 15) Physical qualities. 16) Non-physical qualities. 17) Motion. 18) State. 19) Vocalisation and thought. 20) Bodily functions. 21) Impact and violence. 22) Holding and transfer. 23) Location, direction and time. 24) Interjections. 25) Demonstratives and pronouns. 26) Asdverbs and particles. 27) Placenames. Grammatical notes. References.

 

14

Murrinh-Patha language.

MICHAEL WALSH

 

Spelling. Murrinh-Patha Wordlist. Wordlist Categories:

 

1) Body parts and products. 2) Kin relationships. 3) Human classification. 4) Language, mythology and ceremony. 5) Human artefacts. 6) Food, cooking and fire.7) Topography. 8) Elements. 9) Water. 10) Mammals. 11) Reptiles. 12) Birds. 13) Aquatic life.14) Insects and spiders. 15) Plants. 16) Physical qualities. 17) Non-physical qualities. 18) Motion. 19) State. 20) Vocalisation and thought. 21) Bodily functions. 22) Impact and violence. 23) Holding and transfer. 24) Location, direction and time. 25) Interrogatives. 26) Interjections. 27) Pronouns. Grammatical notes. Further reading. References.

 

PART II: QUEENSLAND

15

Meryam Mir language.

GAMALAY KEN PASSI eta NICK PIPER

 

About the wordlist. Spelling and pronunciation. Meryam Mir Wordlist. Wordlist Categories:

 

1) Body parts and products. 2) Kin relationships. 3) Human classification. 4) Language, mythology and ceremony. 5) Human artefacts. 6) Food, cooking and fire.7) Topography. 8) Elements. 9) Reptiles. 10) Birds. 11) Aquatic life. 12) Insects and spiders. 13) Plants. 14) Physical qualities. 15) Non-physical qualities. 16) Motion. 17) State. 18) Vocalisation and thought. 19) Bodily functions. 20) Impact and violence. 21) Holding and transfer. 22) Location, direction and time. 23) Interjections. 24) Demonstratives and pronouns. Grammatical notes. References.

 

16

Wik-Mungkan language.

BARBARA SAYERS

 

Spelling and pronunciation. Wik-Mungkan Wordlist. Wordlist Categories:

 

1) Body parts and products. 2) Kin relationships. 3) Human classification. 4) Language, mythology and ceremony. 5) Human artefacts. 6) Food, cooking and fire.7) Topography. 8) Elements. 9) Mammals. 10) Reptiles. 11) Birds. 12) Aquatic life. 13) Insects and spiders. 14) Plants. 15) Physical qualities. 16) Non-physical qualities. 17) Motion. 18) State. 19) Bodily functions. 20) Impact and violence. 21) Holding and transfer. 22) Location, direction and time. 23) Demonstratives and pronouns. 24) Interrogatives. 25) Interjections. Words and word groups. Grammatical notes. References.

 

17

Torres Strait Creole language.

ANNA SHNUKAL

 

About Torres Strait Creole words. Spelling.  Torres Strait Wordlist. Wordlist Categories:

 

1) Body parts and products. 2) Kin relationships. 3) Human classification. 4) Language, mythology and ceremony. 5) Human artefacts. 6) Food, cooking and fire.7) Topography. 8) Elements. 9) Mammals. 10) Reptiles. 11) Birds. 12) Aquatic life. 13) Insects and spiders. 14) Plants. 15) Coconuts and coconut products. 16) Physical qualities. 17) Motion. 18) State. 19) Vocalisation and thought. 20) Bodily functions. 21) Impact and violence. 22) Holding and transfer. 23) Pronouns. 24) Inhabited Torres Strait islands. Grammatical notes. References.

 

LANGUAGE INDEX / ENGLISH INDEX

LANGUAGE INDEX

 

Each entry consists of a Language word in bold followed by equivalent terms in English. The Language is given in abbreviated form in brackets, followed by a chapter number and a second, smaller number which indicates the category section where the word can bu found. These numbers can be found throughout the main part of the book at the top corner of each page.

 

ENGLISH INDEX

 

Each entry consists of a Language word in bold followed by equivalent terms from one or more of the languages. The Language is given in abbreviated form in brackets, followed by a chapter number and a second, smaller number which indicates the category section where the word can be found. These numbers can be found throughout the main part of the book at the top corner of each page.

 

Contributors. Language Index. English Index.

 

 

MAP OF ABORIGINAL AUSTRALIA, Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies, distributed by Australian Government and Aboriginal Studies Press, Australia, 2008.