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/C
Calf, of the leg—Walgyt; Uloyt; Toy.
Carry, to—Gang-ow; Katte (Upper Swan).
Carry, to, in the arms—Munang.
Carry, to, on the back—Wăndang.
Carry, to, in a bag—Gotang.
Carry, to, on the shoulder—Dinang,
Carry, to, off—Watto; Bărrang.
Cast, to—Gwardo; Gwart.
Casuarina, species of—Kwela; Knude.
Cat, native (a species of weasel)—Dasyurus Maugei—Barrăjit; Bărjadda.
Cataract (or film over the eye)—Bămbala.
Cave, a—Gărrab; Dumbun.
Champion (one of the braves of a tribe)—Bugor.
Change, to—Minyt wallak ijow; Wallak ijow.
Chap, in the skin—Jitalbărra.
Charcoal—Bidil; Kallabidyl; Murh-ro; Kup; Yargyl.
Charm, to (by a spell)—Kalbyn; Walbyn: as Mar-Kalbyn, to allay the wind.
Chaunt, to (as is done at the Yallor, or native dance)—Yallor wangow.
Chest, the—Kundu? Mingo.
Child—Guland. Pl. Children—Gulang-găra.
Circle (for the purpose of inclosing game, &c.)—Murga.
Clay, white lime—Dardăk; Taddar.
Clean—Kargyl-ya; Bărda-ăr; Bunjat.
Clean, to—Kargyl-yaran; Bărnan.
Clear (as water)—Karryl.
Clear (from wood)—Bărda-ăr.
Clear away, to—bărnan.
Climb, to—Dendang; Balingur.
Close, to (to stop up a hole)—Dtandidin; Didin.
Clothes (to put on)—Wolang; Wandang.
Cloudy (very dark)—Mar; Myart myart; Bwot.
Club, a heavy—Dowak; Wirba (Northern dialect).
Cobbler-fish (species of)—Djindalo; T-yung.
Cockatoo, black, with red tail—Calyptorhyncus fulgidus—Karak.
Cockatoo, black, with white tail—Calyptorhyncus—Ngolak.
Cockatoo, pink—Plyctolophus Leadbeteri—Jakkal-yakkal.
Cold—Năgga; Naggamăn; Nyiddin; Mulgan.
Collect, to—Wetdang; Toyntchwang.
Company (in company)—Danjo; Indat.
Cone, of the Banksia, dried—Birytch; Metjo; Biytch.
Confuse, to—Ton-ga birgi birgi-un.
Connected related)—Noy yăng.
Continue (go; move on)—Ngatti.
Cooked (sufficiently for eating)—Djidik.
Coot, a—Fulica Mulya windu.
Coot, species of—Kijjibrun.
Cormorant, large black—Garbang-a.
Cormorant, little black—Phalacrocorax flaviryhyncus—Gogogo.
Corner, outer, of the eye—Naljăk,
Cough, to—Kulbu; Kulbul-kulbul-dtan.
Countenance—Dtamel; Minyt; Mul-yămel.
Counterpart, one thing of another—Burbur.
Covered up, to leave—Nappang wanja.
Cow, a—Jingala gadăk.
Coward—Wyi-wyi; Multchong; Wy-en-wyen.
Crack, in the skin, or bark of a tree—Jitalbărra.
Crane, green-backed—Ardea—Jillimil-yan; Matdo.
Crane, blue—Ardea Novæ Hollandiæ—Wyan.
Craw, of a bird—Ngogolăk.
Craw, contents of—Ngogăt.
Crawfish—Konak; Dil; Tjilki.
Crawfish, species of—Yarril.
Creep, to, on game—Ngardang; Kăndi.
Creeper, white-throated (a bird)—Bibinăk.
Creeper, wiry feathered, or brown reed—Djărdal-ya.
Creeper, brown tree—Jinni.
Crook, used to pull down the Banksia flowers—Kalga.
Crossgrained; ill-tempered—Yetit yetit.
Crow—Corvus coronoides? Wardang; Tolyl.
Crow, white-vented—Coronaria strepera—Djillak.
Crow, species of—Gnota.
Crumb, soft inside of anything—Kundyl.
Cry out, to—Mirow.
Cry out, to, loudly—Wănga dtan.
Cry out, to, with fear—Gurtangur.
Crystal, rock crystal, species of, found to the North—Wirgo; Tiil.
Cuckoo, bronze—Chalcites; Gutuban; Djuritch.
Cure, to, by a spell—Walbyn; Butangur; Malgarak; Wirgojang; Woynbar.
Cut, to, with a knife—Bohrn.
Cut, to, with a native hammer or axe—Kadjăt or Karjat; Deidung.
Cylindrical, as a wine bottle—Banbar.