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Grass, species of—Bungurt.

Grass, young, just springing after burning—Jinatong; Kundyl.

Grasshopper—Jettyl.

Grass-tree, Blackboy; Xanthorea—Balga.

Grass-tree, underground—Burarăp; Mimidi.

Grass-tree, tough topped—Barro.

Grave, a—Yungar-bogal; Yal-ya.

Graze, to (to glance off)—Yilbin.

Grebe, Crested—Podiceps Cristatus—Kali.

Grebe, Little—Podiceps Nestor (Gould)—Wy-uda.

Green (colour)—Girip-girip; Kammadjăr; Tdur-dăng; Durdong; Murringmuring.

Green (alive), applied to trees—Won-gin

Green Wood—Dal-yar.

Grey—Djidal.

Greyheaded—Katta-djidal.

Grinding, or pounding—Barrang-yurrar-ăngwin.

Groin, the—Ngilgi; Ngikil (N.E. dialect).

Ground, the—Budjor.

Ground, unburned, or ready for burning—Narrik; Bokyt.

Ground, burned—Nappal; Yanbart.

Grow, to—Malaj.

Growl, to, as a dog—Nirran.

Grub, edible, found in trees—Bardi; Wulgang.

Guard-fish—Yellin.

Guilt—Wulgar.

Guilty—Wulgargadăk.

Gull, little; Xema—Djijinăk.

Gum-tree, flooded; Eucalyptus—Gulurto.

Gum-tree, red; Eucalyptus resinifera—Gardan; Nandăp.

Gum-tree, red, flowers of—Num brid.

Gum-tree, white; Eucalyptus—Wando; Tuart.

Gum-tree, species found near York—Twotta; Wurăk; Nelarak; Nardarak; Morryl; Mallat.

Gum, edible, of the Hakea—Dulgar; Tulga.

Gum, edible of the Wattle-tree—Galyăng.

Gum, edible, of the Măng-art, or Raspberry Jam (Acacia)—Menna.