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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-)-undul. Young--Yyining. Yooung of anything- Nuba; Nopyn (Mountain word). YOUNGER (middle) sister--Kowat. Yov.oR (middle) brother--Kardijlt; Kardang. YouRsNguuall/tng; N-yurangk; N-yunal//k. YowH, young man--Gulambiddi.

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Zamia tree; Encephalartos SplralisDjirljl. Zamia tree, species of, growing near the coast--Kundlgor. Zamia tree, fruit of--By-yu; Tdongan. Zamia tree, stone of--Gargoin. Zamia tree, kernel of--D-yundo; Wida. Zamia tree, nut of, a species of--Kwinin.


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