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/B
Back, the—Bogal; Gong-go; Ngarra.
Back of the neck—Nang-ga.
Backbone, extremity of—Os coccygis; Mundo; Moro.
Bad—Djul; Windo; Dadim (Southward); Djulgo; Wendang; Waukyn; Warra (Mountain dialect).
Bag, for general purposes—Goto.
Bag, in which the child is carried—Gundir.
Bag, to carry in a—Gotang; Durrungur.
Banksia, narrow-leaved—Banksia nivifolia—Biara; Pira.
Banksia, narrow-leaved, cone of—Birytch; Biytch.
Banksia, large-leaved, cone of—Metjo.
Banksia, of low grounds, flower of—Dubarda.
Barb, of a spear—Măngar; Dtarhra; Nambar.
Bare, clear, open—Bărnak; Barda-ăr.
Bark, of trees—Mabo.
Bark, of Banksia, or Hakea—Yabbăl; Djanni.
Bark, of Mahogany, or other gum-trees—Budto.
Bark, to, as a dog—Niran.
Barter, to,—Bang-al yong-a.
Bat (the animal)—Bambi; Babilgun.
Basalt, sp. of—Gagalyang; Kadjor.
Battue, of Kangaroo—Kaabo.
Be off (Go away)—Watto.
Beams, of the sun—Mandu; Battamandu; Ngangabatta.
Bear, to, children—Gudja ijow.
Bear, in the arms—Munang
Beard, the—Nganga; Nganga batta.
Beat, to—Buma; Wurtamar.
Bee, a species of—Blura.
Beetle, light-green species—Bullor.
Before—Gorijăt; Gwytch-ăngăt; Gwadjăt.
Begone (Be off)—Watto.
Behold, to—Djinnăng; N-yăngow.
Below (low down)—Ngardăk; Ngardăl; Borak.
Betray, to—Kobat kobatăn.
Bid, to (tell)—Warrangăn.
Bird, a small—Jida.
Bird, species of—Bilyar; Bulangat
Bittern (the bird)—Botaurus; Bărdănitch.
Bleak (open)—Kăbbar; Bărnăk.
Bless, to (to thank)—Yang-anan.
Blood, coagulated, exuded from a wound—Kundu.
Blow, to, with the mouth—Bobban
Blue—Mu-yubărra; Ngilarăk; Nguyup.
Blunt (as a knife)—Kărrin.
Blunt-headed (as a spear)—Meto.
Board, for throwing the spear—Miro.
Bone, a—Kot-ye; Quet-ye (Upper Swan); Quetje; Quej (K.G.S).
Bony—Kot-yedăk; Kot-yelara; Widing.
Boots, European—Jinna nganjo.
Bough, of a tree—Marga.
Brave, a brave fellow, a brave of a tribe or party—Bugor.
Break, to—Takkan; Barrang takkăn.
Break, to, off, or in pieces—Kardătakkan; Dakarung.
Break-of-day-bird, or Magpie—Cracticus tibicen?—Gurbat.
Breath (Breathing)—Wau-gar; Waug (K.G.S. dialect).
Breathe, to—Wau-gar buma.
Bring, to—Gang-ow; Barrang.
Bring forth, to (as animals their young)—Ijow.
Broom-tree—Viminaria denudata Koweda; Kower.
Brother, elder—Ngobern; Borran; Ngondo.
Brother, younger—Kardang; Gărdang; Urdo.
Browned (applied to meat properly cooked)—Djidara; Mandubin.
Burning (hot)—Kallang kallăng.
Bury, to—Bian; Dambarijow; Binnarangar.
Bush (the Bush; the wild country)—Mundak.
Bustard (colonially, Turkey)—Bibilyer.
Butcher-bird—Vanga destructor; Waddowaddong.
Butcher-bird, thick-billed—Falcunculus Leucogaster—Gurbit gurbit.
By-and-bye—Burda; Burdăk (Murray R.)