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/D
Dance, native—Yallor; Kaggarăk; D-yoolgyt; Wirbe; Yenma; Nilge; Yuyltunmitch.
Dawn, of morning—Djidar; Waulu; Bina.
Daylight—Biryt; Djidar; Waulu.
Day before yesterday—Myargyn; Myragyn.
Dead, the—Djanga.—The name applied by the natives to Europeans. Malo, same term used by Aborigines to the North.
Dead—Wanniga; Nodytch; Gwardin (Northern word). Winatding (N.E. dialect); Kainbil; Ki-in.
Decoy, to—Kobat kobatănăn; Myatyl.
Deep, deep water—Didarăl.
Depart, to—Gulbang; Watto kolo; Gulbat; Gulut.
Desire, to; to direct—Warrangăn.
Devil; evil spirit—Mittagong; Waugal.
Dew—Min-yi; Jindi; Barup; Manimilyar.
Diamond-bird; Pardolotus—there are two kinds, Punctatus, and Striatus—Widăpwidăp.
Die, to—Gwardo; Wanni.
Dig up, to—Dtanbarrang ijow.
Direct, in a straight line—Durgul; Tolol.
Diver; blue-bill, Oxyura Australis—Buatu.
Divide to, amongst several persons—Wallak-yong-a.
Dog, wild—Durda mokyn; Yekyn.
Dog, wild, tail of, worn by the natives in the head—Dyer.
Down, short-hair or feathers—Dju; Djuo; Jow-yn.
Down, low—Borak; Ngardăk; Ardak; Ardakat.
Downs, of the sea-coast—Ngobar.
Downwards—Ngardăk; Ardak; Ardakat.
Drag along, to—Barrang maul kolo
Dread, to—Multchin; Wyen; Gudjunanger.
Dream, to—Kundăm; Kundăm-ngwundow; Ngwuntungur.
Dress, to—Wolang; Wandang.
Dried, dried up—Datta; Injarinjar; Manju (applied to trees, or wood; or animals of any sort when dead; a mummy would be Mandju).
Dried, parched ground—Gulbar.
Drill holes, to—dyunong dtan.
Drive, to—Igan; Yekan. a.v.—Mordakănăn.
Drowned, to be drowned—Mordakal-ăp.
Dry, not wet—Ilar; Injar; Dalbitch; Tabitch?
Dry up, to; make dry—Injarăn; Injarănăn.
Dry, withered, applied to leaves—Derer.
Duck, grey; Anas Novæ Hollandiæ—Ngwonăna; N-yuneruk?
Duck, mountain—Tadorma; Gurăga.
Duck, steamer or musk; Biziura lobata—Gaddără.
Duck-Diver, a, with very small flappers or wings—Buatu.
Duck, wood; Anser—Mărăng-ănna.
Duck, white-winged; Nyroca Australis—Errudu.
Duck, shoveller; Rhynchaspis—Wimbin.
Duck, larged-nosed, blue-winged—Bardunguba.