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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

C.

Cabbage-tree—Nuytsia floribunda—Mut-yal.

Calf, of the leg—Walgyt; Uloyt; Toy.

Call, to—Mirow.

Carelessly—Wallarra.

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.

Caterpillar—Narna.

Cave, a—Gărrab; Dumbun.

Cedar (colonially)—Mod-yart.

Centipede—Canbărra.

Certainly—Yambong; Bundojil.

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.

Cheek—Yurytch; Ngaluk?

Chest, the—Kundu? Mingo.

Chewing—Gulang in.

Child—Guland. Pl. Children—Gulang-găra.

Chin—Ngan-ga; Yet.

Cinders—Kalla inăk.

Circle (for the purpose of inclosing game, &c.)—Murga.

Circular—Dordong-ăl.

Civil—Karra gwabba.

Clay—Djijalla.

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.

Cloak—Boka; Buka.

Close, to (to stop up a hole)—Dtandidin; Didin.

Close (near)—Barduk.

Closer (hither)—Yualăng.

Clothes (to put on)—Wolang; Wandang.

Cloud—Mar; Kundart.

Cloudy (very dark)—Mar; Myart myart; Bwot.

Club, a heavy—Dowak; Wirba (Northern dialect).

Cobbler-fish—Karal-ya; Moyort.

Cobbler-fish (species of)—Djindalo; T-yung.

Cockatoo, black, with red tail—Calyptorhyncus fulgidus—Karak.

Cockatoo, black, with white tail—Calyptorhyncus—Ngolak.

Cockatoo, white—Plyctolophus—Manyt.

Cockatoo, pink—Plyctolophus Leadbeteri—Jakkal-yakkal.

Cohabit, to—Muyăng.

Cold—Năgga; Naggamăn; Nyiddin; Mulgan.

Collect, to—Wetdang; Toyntchwang.

Comet—Binnar.

Company (in company)—Danjo; Indat.

Conceal, to—Ballarijow.

Concealed—Ballar.

Conduct—Mhurdo; Karra.

Cone, of the Banksia, dried—Birytch; Metjo; Biytch.

Confuse, to—Ton-ga birgi birgi-un.

Confused—Waummar-ăp; Yowir.

Connected related)—Noy yăng.

Construct, to—Wyerow.

Contest—Băkadgin.

Continually—Kal-yăgăl; Dowir.

Continue (go; move on)—Ngatti.

Convalescent—Dordăk.

Cook, to—Dukun.

Cooked (sufficiently for eating)—Djidik.

Cool—Garh-jal.

Coot, a—Fulica Mulya windu.

Coot, species of—Kijjibrun.

Copulate, to—Mu-yăng.

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.

Couple, a—Gurdar.

Covered up, to leave—Nappang wanja.

Cow, a—Jingala gadăk.

Coward—Wyi-wyi; Multchong; Wy-en-wyen.

Crab, a—Karri.

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.

Cricket, a—Kiddal.

Crook, used to pull down the Banksia flowers—Kalga.

Crooked—Ngallin; Gurdin.

Crossgrained; ill-tempered—Yetit yetit.

Crow—Corvus coronoides? Wardang; Tolyl.

Crow, white-vented—Coronaria strepera—Djillak.

Crow, species of—Gnota.

Crumbs, bits—Gulyang-ărra.

Crumb, soft inside of anything—Kundyl.

Cry, to—Mirang.

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, cuculus—Djudărrăn.

Cuckoo, lesser—D-yular.

Cuckoo, bronze—Chalcites; Gutuban; Djuritch.

Cunning—Daht.

Cure, to, by a spell—Walbyn; Butangur; Malgarak; Wirgojang; Woynbar.

Curled—Gurdin.

Cut, to, with a knife—Bohrn.

Cut, to, with a native hammer or axe—Kadjăt or Karjat; Deidung.

Cylindrical, as a wine bottle—Banbar.