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Languages
Ngarego
‘The word ngarego is the name of the language spoken by this tribe – the district name of the tribes men being “Murring” = men.
They called the language of the Theddora, Kŭ[n]dūng-orūr and that of Gippsland Kūng-ela.
Wild blacks were called Bŭdara [crossed out]’

Yuin
a lie = Bŭrnam-ganŭp or ?Miraian?
Smoke = tūnkū-milá
Merriman

'Yuin
1 = Mittŭng-ŭlla
2 = blageralea
3 = Balli-mŭrma
4 = Karoungial
5 = Yirkūr
6 = Karŭng blageralla
10 = Ngaru mangal
Charley Buipin

Braidwood tribe
The language spoken in [?is] Tarawal. Ridley p. 94 says that the language at Pt Jackson is Turuwul- where tullung = tongue.
at Bermagui, Moruya and Bunilee [or Burilee or Durilee] the language is Wodi Wodi.
Ridley says the language at Shoalhaven and Wollongong is wudi-wudi [?wadi wadi] - p. 111

Maryborough
The Booral language is known to all the triblets referred to
Each tribute varies slightly in its language (dialect)
as you know a man's triplet [??] peculiar
words he uses. H.E. Aldridge.

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