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New South Wales aboriginal place names and euphonious words, with their meanings

F. D. McCarthy

New South Wales aboriginal place names and euphonious words, with their meanings

by F. D. McCarthy

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Published by A. H. Pettifer, Govt. Printer in Sydney .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Australia,
  • New South Wales.,
  • New South Wales
    • Subjects:
    • Names, Geographical -- Australia -- New South Wales.,
    • Australian languages -- Australia -- New South Wales -- Glossaries, vocabularies, etc.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementcompiled by Frederick D. McCarthy
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDU155 .M27
      The Physical Object
      Pagination32 p. ;
      Number of Pages32
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4174507M
      LC Control Number80451980

      Try the new Google Books. Go to Google Play Now» Australian aboriginal words and place names and their meanings. Sydney John Endacott. Georgian House, - Australian languages - 64 pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book Other editions - View all. Australian aboriginal words and place names and their meanings Sydney John Endacott. ABORIGINAL. PLACENAMES. NAMING AND RE-NAMING. THE AUSTRALIAN LANDSCAPE. Botany Bay, New South Wales, Australia Sources and uncertainties Val Attenbrow. 2. Reinstating Aboriginal placenames around Port Jackson Table List of Aboriginal names which have remained on maps Table List of Aboriginal names superseded by File Size: 3MB.

      From the Collection of Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages 33 Saxon Street Brunswick Victoria. Description A first attempt to make a complete collection of all recorded Aboriginal names of towns, shores, homesteads, rivers, swamps, mountains and other natural features of south-east Australia. Aboriginal Place Names for Brisbane and Surrounds. Now the fine euphonious aboriginal word is tortured into Tingalpa! Coorparoo. Another unfortunate word is The word is a compound from the Kamilroi, of New South Wales, and hence my surprise at finding it in Cabbee country. Jardine called the mountain ‘Micatee-boomal-garri’, from.

      D McCarthy, New South Wales Aboriginal Place Names and Euphonious Words, with their Meanings, 3rd ed., Sydney, Government Printer, , p 1; H M Cooper, Australian Aboriginal Words and their Author: Sam Furphy.   The New South Wales Government has announced plans to legislate to protect and revitalise Aboriginal languages. Aboriginal Affairs Minister Leslie Williams said Indigenous languages were a “unique and valuable part of our heritage” and legislation could benefit the community.


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New South Wales Aboriginal place names and euphonious words, with their meanings / compiled by Frederick D. McCarthy. Also Titled. New South Wales Aboriginal place names and euphonious words, with their meanings Author.

McCarthy, Frederick D. (Frederick David), Published. at, A. Pettifer, Govt. Printer, Physical Description. Book - New South Wales Aboriginal place names and euphonious words, with their meanings.

From the Collection of Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages 33 Saxon Street Brunswick Victoria Description Includes map of NSW tribes, and numerical cross-referencing to those tribes if the language of the place name is known.

Place names in Australia have names originating in the Australian Aboriginal languages for three main reasons: Historically, white explorers and surveyors may have asked local Aboriginal people the name of a place, and named it accordingly.

Where they did not. List of Aboriginal names and words with meanings, tribal derivation and territory, gives examples of places and pastoral with their meanings book and euphonius words. New South Wales (NSW); Aboriginal Australians - Languages - Dictionaries.; Aboriginal Australians - Names.

Thorpe, W. (William Walford), d. List of New South Wales Aboriginal place names and their meanings. 3rd ed. Sydney: Australian Museum, Wollongong (/ ˈ w ʊ l ə n ɡ ɒ ŋ / WUUL-ən-gong), informally referred to as "The Gong", is a seaside city located in the Illawarra region of New South Wales, gong lies on the narrow coastal strip between the Illawarra Escarpment and the Pacific Ocean, 68 kilometres (42 miles) south of central Sydney.

Wollongong had an estimated urban population ofat June Population:() (10th). New South Wales aboriginal place names and euphonious words, with their meanings; List of New South Wales Aboriginal place names and their meanings; Johnny Crook, native name Yunbai, from Illawarra [picture] RASA manuscripts dated [electronic resource] / Geographical Names Board of New South Wales; Dual naming: supporting cultural recognition.

Australian Aboriginal words and their meanings. Thought to derive from the word Kambera or Canberry which is claimed to mean "meeting place" in the old Ngunnawal language, one of several Indigenous languages spoken in the district by Aboriginal people.

Major Aboriginal Group names. Koori: Represents Aboriginal people from the South East of the Australian mainland (Let’s say anywhere south of Kempsey down to Melbourne). Noongar: Noongars (Nungas/Nungahs) are Aboriginal people from the South West of the Australian mainland.

Variations of this name are also used in areas of South Australia too. McCarthy, F. New South Wales Aboriginal Place Names and Euphonious Words, with their Meanings, Australian Museum, Sydney.

Mitchell, T. Map of the Colony of New South Wales, Engraved by John Carmichael, London. 10 – Wodonga: This one initially slipped under our radars but with a population of o (not including Albury) Wondonga jumps into 10th position on the list.

The name Wodonga comes from the Wiradjuri word ‘Bulrushes’ which still can be seen today in the many creeks and streams that surround the river city.

9 – Dubbo: Is home to o people however the city is a vital. New South Wales Aboriginal place names and euphonious words, with their meanings / compiled by Frederick D. McCarthy. Author: McCarthy, Frederick D.

(Frederick David),   Copy of Alphabetical list of the polling-places in the abovenamed state (NSW) (as at the 3rd October, ) Copy of New South Wales Aboriginal Place Names and Euphonious Words, with their Meanings, compiled by Frederick D.

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New South Wales Aboriginal Place Names and Euphonious Words, with Their Meanings, compiled by Frederick D. McCarthy. Sydney: Australian Museum, Aboriginal Words. A beautifully compiled list of Aboriginal Words and their meaningsLocation: 12 Loris St Silvan.Toponymy C: The Power of Placenames.

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