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NAMES OF PERSONS.

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Buund{ae}rang Leaf
M{ae}mamulga Repaired shield
Beeak Name of lake
Kurn kuyang Cry of the eel
Mirrenyarmin Not enough
Kon kon talliin Long tongue or boaster
Names of men without meanings:—

Pulornpuul
Karinn
Puulaheuram
Tumbo tumbo
Peekum peekum
Tullum tullum
Mirrin'gna min
Meheaar yuluurn
Kaarin
Mambupitt muuluung
Mirnmalk

Meenkilwang
Burkamukk
Tarrupiitch
Wuyuum karkorr
Tirrawuul
Bunkaruuk
Yuuruung kuyang
Yaaheetch
Tuuruumbar
Koong
Wat pareet parrææ

NAMES OF WOMEN.
Yarruun parpur tarneen 'Victorious'
(Chiefess of the Morporr tribe, named by her father after defeating his enemies in a great battle.)
Muulapuurn yurong yaar Strips of kangaroo skin
Wuuriwuuriit Banksia tree
Warruum Bandicoot
Peecharn Blossom
Lærpeen tumbuur Singing woman
Bareetch churneen Cut
Poroitchol Scrubby place
Fatuurn yinheear Hanging root basket
Karndamaheear Upstanding
Walngeetch winyong Ear
Tartuu tarneen Turn round
Meendeaar tuukuung Dark body