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The middle Clarence dialects of Bandjalang / Terry Crowley
Bib ID 2223613
Format BookBook
Crowley, Terry
Description Canberra : Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, 1978 
xiv, 478 p. : maps, port. ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 0855750650

Research and regional studies ; no.12.


Outlline description of Waalubal and the closely related middle Clarence dialects of Biriin and the Baryugil dialect; phonology; morphology; syntax; dialect geography - i.e. gives dialect names and sources for names: Gold Coast, Nerang Creek, Yugembee, Nganduwal, Minjangbal, Njangbal, Bandjalang, Wiyabal, Galibal, Warwick, Gidabal, Dinggabal, Waalubal, Casino, Biriin, Baryulgil, Wudjeebal, Copmanhurst - and dialect groupings; Waalubal texts and translations; Waalubal - English lexicon together with semantic index (thesaurus); Terry Crowley's informants were Mrs Ethel Walker of Tabulam, Mrs Lucy Daley of Baryulgil, Mrs Dot Webb of Casino.

Partial contents Appendix: Bandjalang grammar / by W.E. Smythe. 

Bibliography: p. 242-246.

Subjects Australian Aboriginal languages: Bandjalang language. Dialects. New South Wales. Clarence River region  |  Bandjalang language -- Dialects.  |  Widjabal / Wiyabal language (E16) (NSW SH56-03)  |  Githabul language (E14) (NSW SH56-02)  |  Waanyi language (G23) (Qld SE54-09)  |  Bundjalung / Banjalang language (E12) (NSW SH56-02)  |  Nganduwal language (E17) (NSW SH 56-03)  |  Language - Semantics.  |  Language - Texts and translations - Aboriginal to non-Aboriginal language.  |  Minjungbal / Minyangbal language (E18) (NSW SH56-03)  |  Language - Linguistics - Grammar and syntax.  |  Language - Vocabulary - Word lists.  |  Language - Linguistics - Phonology and phonetics.  |  Yugambeh / Yugumbir language (E17) (Qld SG56-15)  |  Bundjalung / Banjalang people (E12) (NSW SH56-02)  |  Wujehbal language (E14) (NSW SH56-06)  |  Nerang Creek language E77.  |  Galibal language E15.  |  Wahlubal language E16.2.  |  Dinggabal language E16.1.  |  Wehlubal language E80.  |  Galibal language (E15) (NSW SH56-03)  |  Birihn language (E12) (NSW SH56-06)  |  Gidhabal language E14.  |  Bundjalung language E12.  |  Yugambeh language E17.  |  Birihn language E72.  |  Dinggabal language (E12, E14) (NSW SH56-02)  |  Bonalbo (NSW N Coast SH56-02)  |  Clarence River (NSW N Coast SH56-07, SH52-06, SH52-02)  |  Baryulgil (NSW N Coast SH56-06)  |  South East Queensland (SE Qld SG56, SH56)  |  Casino (NSW N Coast SH56-03)  |  Tabulam (NSW N Coast SH56-02)
Other authors/contributors Smythe, W. E. Bandjalang grammar
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