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|State Library of Queensland - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages word lists
|State Library of Queensland
|Lists of words from Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages collated by State Library of Queensland through an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages project. The lists include body parts in a number of languages – Barunggam, Butchulla, Duungidjawu, Dharumbal, Gooreng Gooreng, Gunggari, Kala Kawaw Ya, Kuku Yalanji, Nggerrikwidhi, Tutubul, Warrgamay, Waka Wakka, Yugarabal, Yuggera and Yugambeh. There are also animal lists, numbers, Torres Strait everyday words and how to say g’day in various languages. If you don't want to download the open data set for reuse the website version is more user friendly http://www.slq.qld.gov.au/resources/atsi/languages/word-lists
|Information about the Indigenous word lists dataset, Note: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages are oral languages that have only been written since European settlement; there may be several variations in spelling and pronunciation. Always consult your local Indigenous groups, including custodians of land and language.
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