Possibly - gabaanu n. Head, also egg. Variant: gou'-â-na U-M.1.1; koarno JB-C.1-15; gAbaanung E, kab'-bân U-M.1.1; kabomo JB-C.1-21; kapan MY-HH; koarno RD-422; ga'barnu
WL-T.75; kabon DM-AM.1-255; ka'barn B-AH1.3; kubbarnu B-R.
See Jutta Besold - Language Recovery of the New South Wales South Coast
Aboriginal Languages, Part B Language Material.
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