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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/Y

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Yawn, to—Dtawăng.

Ye—Nyurang.

Ye two, brother and sister, parent and child—Nyubal.

Ye two, man and wife—Nyubin.

Yellow—Yundo.

Yellow, bright yellow—Kallăma.

Yellow, dark yellow—Ngilat

Yes—I-i ; projecting the chin forward, and keeping the mouth nearly shut, when uttering this guttural sound—Kwa; Ky; Koa; Kya.

Yesterday—Marh-rok.

Yet—Yalga.

Yolk of an egg—Natdjing.

You—N-yurang.

You will—N-yundu; N-yundul.

Young—Yyinăng.

Young of anything—Nuba; Nopyn (Mountain word).

Younger (middle) sister—Kowat.

Younger (middle) brother—Kardijit; Kardang.

Yours—Ngunallăng; N-yurangăk; N-yunalak.

Youth, young man—Gulambiddi.