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/O
Off, be off—Watto.
Offensive, in smell—Bidjak.
Old, useless—Windo; windang.
Once, at once—Gwytch; Ilak.
Only, merely, simply—Arda; Yaga
Open, a clear open space without trees—Waullu.
Opening, an—Bunăn; Dta.
Opossum, large grey; Phalangista Vulpina—Kumal.
Opossum, small, squirrel-like—Ballăgar; Ballawarra; Madun; Ballard.
Opossum, ring-tailed; Phalangista Cookii—Ngora.
Opossum band for the neck—Bururo.
Opossum band worn round the head—Kun-yi.
Other, the—Waumma; Bille.
Outside (out of doors)—Băndăk; Bărnăk.
Owl, White; Strix Cyclops—Binar
Owl, Barking; Athenæ—Wulbugli.
Owl, Lesser White; Strix Delicatulus—Yonja.
Owl, Small Brown, or Cuckoo; Strix—Gurgurda; Gugumit.
Oyster—Notan (K.G.S. dialect).