Diary of ten years eventful life of an early settler in Western Australia and also A descriptive vocabulary of the language of the aborigines/A descriptive vocabulary of the language in common use amongst the aborigines of Western Australia/Part 2/A
Abduct, to—Kardo barrăng.
Abundance—Bula. Narriik (Vasse dialect).
Acacia, Acacia Saligna—Biytch.
Acacia (species of)—Mongarn; Kurren; Watti; Gal-yang.
Acclivity, an; a Knoll—Warh-ro.
Accompany, to—Gămbărnbardo; Gămbărn.
Accuse, to—Djirin; as Wulgar djirin, to accuse of murder. This word must be used with the substantive expressive of the crime charged against a person.
Ache, to—Mindyt-bakkăn; Bakkan.
Acquainted with—Nagoluk; Kallip.
Adam's Apple, of the neck—Dunganin.
Afraid, to be—Multchin; Wyen.
Afternoon, about two—Biddorong; Nalyira?
Afternoon, late in the—Garbălă.
Again—Garro; as Garro Yuăl, to return, to come back again.
Agent (means of doing anything), always used as an affix—Middi.
Ago, any time—Karamb.
Ago, long time—Gorah.
Ago, little time—Gori; Epal.
Aim, to miss the—Wilyăn.
Alight, to, as a bird—Gargan.
Alive—Dordăk; Wining (N.E. dialect).
Alive, green as applied to trees—Wongin.
Allied to—by marriage—Noyyăng.
Alter, to—Wallăk-ijow; Minyt-wallăkijow.
Ambush, to lie in—Kogăng-ngin-now.
Angry, to be—Gurdu-djul; Gărrăng-gădăk.
Angular—Danda (Upper Swan word).
Ankle—Bilga; Jinnardo; Murantch.
Ant (small species)—Budjin.
Ant (small species)—Bulolo; Kardagut; Kurrut; Kwalak.
Ant, white, nest of—Molytch.
Ant, lion—Formica maxima—Killal; Kallili.
Anxious, for any thing—Gurdăk.
Arm, left—D-yuro; N-yardo; D-yurangitch.
Arm, upper, from shoulder to elbow—Wango.
Arm, lower, from elbow to wrist—Marga.
Arms, to carry in the—Munang.
Arrange the fire, to—Dukun.
As, like as—Jin; Winnirak.
Ask, to—Wan-ga djinnăng.
Associate with, to—Gămbărn bardo.
Astray (to go astray)—Barrabardo.
At once—Gwytch; Ilăk ilăk.
Avoid, to, by shifting on one side—Gwelgannow.
Away, to send—Dtallăngiritch.