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/N
Nails of the hand—Birri; Birrigur.
Naked—Baljarra; Bokabărt; Maggo.
Nape of the neck—Nan-gar.
Narrow—Nulu; Nund-yăng (Upper Swan word).
Neck, back of—Bodto.
Nectar of flowers—Ngon-yang.
Needlessly—Darrajăn; as Darrajăn wingow, to talk on needlessly or incessantly.
Nest, birds'—Jidamya; Jidakalla; Mănga.
Nest, white ants'—Molytch.
Neutral; connected by blood with two hostile parties, but not implicated in the quarrels of either—Jidyt.
Night—Kumbardang; Myărdăk; Kattik.
Nipple of the breast—Bibi mulya.
Nondescript, a; any indescribable object—Nytbi.
Nonsense, no such thing—Yaga.
Nose bone—Mulyat; Waylmat.
Not—Bart; Bru; Yuada.
Now—Yy-i; Winnirăk; Yy-inăng
Now, just now—Gori.
Now, at this very time—Winnijinbar (Upper Swan word); Wynikanbar (K.G.S. word).
Nut, York nut—Marda.
Nuthatch; Sitella Melanocephalus—Gumalbidyt.