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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/P

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Pain, to—Bakkan.

Pained (in pain)—Mendyk; Mindyt.

Pair, a—Gurdar.

Palatable—Mul-yit mul-yit.

Palate of the mouth—Gun-yăn.

Paper-bark, or Tea-tree, which grows on the banks of rivers, a small species—Koll; Mudurda; Bewel.

Paper bark, or Tea-tree, larger kind, growing on swampy plains—Modong.

Paper-bark tree, bark of—Mya.

Parasite (a plant)—Warrăp.

Parasite, seed of a species of—Wallang.

Parched up—Injar-injar.

Parched up ground—Gulbar.

Parrots, in general—Dămmalăk.

Parrots, a species of—Burnungur; Djalyup; Woljarbang.

Parrot, Blue-bellied; Platycercus—Djarrylbărdang.

Parrot, Twenty-eight; Platycercus Zonarius—Dowarn.

Parrot, Red- breasted; Platycercus Icterotis—Guddăn-guddăn.

Parrot, Screaming; Trichoglossus—Kowar.

Parrot, Little Ground; Nanodes Venustus—Gulyidărăng.

Parrot, Crested; Nymphicus Novæ Hollandiæ—Wuraling.

Parrot, Mountain; Polytelis Melanura—Waukăn-ga.

Parrot, Variegated Ground; Pezoporus Formosus—Djulbatta; Djardong-gărri.

Part, a, of anything—Bang-ga; Karda.

Parts, in—Mul-mul.

Pass, to, on one side—Yallingbart.

Pass, to, through or under—Dărbow.

Passion—Garrang.

Path—Bidi; Kungo.

Patient (adjective)—Banjar.

Peaceable—Nagăl.

Pear, Native; Xylomela Occidentalis—Janjin; Dumbung.

Pebbles—Molar.

Peep sideways, to—Nalja.

Peevish—Yetit yetit.

Pelican; Pelecanus Novæ Hollandiæ—Budtaliang; Nirimba.

Pendant—Dowiri Dowalmăn; Mannangur.

Penetrate, to—Dtan.

Penis; Membrura virile—Meda; Merda.

People—Yung-ar.

Perceive, to—Djinnăng.

Perhaps—Gabbyn.

Perspiration—Ban-ya; Kungar.

Perspire, to—Ban-ya.

Pheasant, Colonial—Ngowo.

Pick up, to—Djabbun.

Piddle, to—Gumbu.

Pierce, to—Dtan.

Pierce through, to—Waugartdtan.

Pig—Maggorong.

Pigeon, Bronze-winged; Columba—Wodta.

Pigeon, Blue; Graucalus—Nulargo.

Pinch, to—Binun; Bettinun.

Pinion, outer, of wing—Jili.

Pit-patting, agitation, fluttering of the heart—Badbadin.

Pitching down, lighting aa a bird—Gargăn-win.

Place, to—Ijow.

Planet Venus—Julagoling.

Plant, to—Niran.

Play, to—Waubuow.

Pleased, to be—Gurdugwubba.

Plenty—Bula; Murgyl; Orpin.

Plover, Long-legged; Himantopus—Djanjarak.

Plover, Black-fronted; Ægialitis nigrifrons—Nidul-yorong.

Pluck up, to—Maulbarrang ijow.

Pluck out feathers, to—Budjan; Bar-nan; Bwonegur.

Pointed finely—Jillăp.

Poise, to, a spear, preparatory to throwing—Miran.

Pool, of water, in a river—Monong

Pool, of water, in a rock—Ngamar.

Porpoise—Warranăng.

Portion, or part of a thing—Karda.

Possessing (having)—Gădăk.

Posteriors—Byi.

Pound, to (beat to powder)—Kolyurăng.

Pounding roots, the act of—Yudangwinnăn.

Powerful—Murduin; Bidimurduin

Praise, to—Yang-ănan.

Pregnancy—Kobbolăk.

Pregnancy, early state of—Bungallor.

Present, a.—N-yal.

Present, to—Yong-a.

Presently—Burda; Burdăk. (Murray R.)

Pretty—Gwabba; Ngworryn ngworryn.

Previously—Gwadjat.

Probably—Gabbyn.

Proceed, to—Gulbang.

Produce, to, as animals having young, or trees, fruit, &c.—Ijow.

Proper—Gwabba.

Property, personal—Bunarăk.

Property, personal, of an individual deceased—Bin-dart.

Property, landed—Myar; Kallip; Kalla budjor.

Proud—Wurabubin.

Pubes, the—Mando.

Pubes, first appearance of, in youth—Quelap.

Publicly—Bărnăk.

Pudenda—Babbalya; Dardi.

Pull, to—Maulbarrang.

Purloin, to—Ngagynbarrang.

Purposely—Bandăk.

Pursue, to, on a track—Balgang.

Push, to—Gurnu; Billang; Billangur.

Put, to—Ijow.

Put, in order—Gwabbanijow.

Put, on a covering—Wolang, Wandang.