Last edited by Shaktizuru
Sunday, August 9, 2020 | History

4 edition of Dharumbal found in the catalog.

Dharumbal

the language of Rockhampton, Australia

by Angela Terrill

  • 184 Want to read
  • 23 Currently reading

Published by Pacific Linguistics, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University in Canberra .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rockhampton (Qld.) -- Languages.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAngela Terrill.
    SeriesPacific linguistics -- 525, Shorter grammars
    ContributionsAustralian National University. Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPL5009.5.R63 T47 2002
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 108 p. ;
    Number of Pages108
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18647743M
    ISBN 100858834626

    On 22 June the Dharumbal TUMRA-Woppaburra Section was accredited. It recognises that the. PORT CURTIS CORAL COAST TRADITIONAL OWNER-TUMRA NEWSLETTER 2nd Edition December, Woppaburra Traditional Owners, the GBRMPA and the Queensland Government are willing to workFile Size: 1MB. Dharumbal: the language of Rockhampton, Australia. Author(s) Terrill, Angela: Type: Book: Date Published: Date Created-Systems of nominal classification in East Papuan languages. Author(s) Terrill, Angela: Type: Journal article: Date Published: Date Created-The East Papuan languages: a preliminary typological appraisal.

    It aims to be a comprehensive synthesis of all available information on the Dharumbal language, and as such is intended to be a useful resource for Dharumbal people, linguists, and other people interested in the language of Rockhampton. ISBN 0 6 . Book Fair Thank You; Book Fair starts November 19; Book Week; Book Week ; Book Week ; Book Week Lights Up Our World; Buddy Bench at Glenmore; Dharumbal Dash; Digital newsletters are here! Easter Bonnet parade; Easter Bonnet Parade ; Enrol now at Glenmore State School; Enrol now for Prep ;.

    Documentation on Dharumbal may be relevant. Nagaro has a wordlist by Tindale (, in Breen, ) is the only source for this language. The word list by Bridgeman and Bucas in Curr ( Vol.3 pp. ), which Tindale reported as Ngaro () is Wiri according to Breen (). Dharumbal Murri, Mi-kaisha, has fought for social justice her entire life. The 17 year old’s passion for sharing people’s experiences and stories has driven her to share her own story through music and take a stand. Mi-kaisha believes it is important that young people, and all people, find their voice and.


Share this book
You might also like
practical display instructor.

practical display instructor.

Princess Noire

Princess Noire

Historical photographs of Knox

Historical photographs of Knox

The Conquest of Mexico Volume I

The Conquest of Mexico Volume I

Performance-based learning

Performance-based learning

Different colours

Different colours

More free than welcome

More free than welcome

application of benefit-cost analysis to proposed land use change

application of benefit-cost analysis to proposed land use change

weekly card game

weekly card game

The handwrought object, 1776-1976

The handwrought object, 1776-1976

Projections of manpower: teachers in elementary education.

Projections of manpower: teachers in elementary education.

Michael Landy

Michael Landy

History of Ukraine-Rus

History of Ukraine-Rus

sale of works of art

sale of works of art

Power Windows

Power Windows

Dharumbal by Angela Terrill Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Dharumbal: the language of Rockhampton, Australia. [Angela Terrill; Australian National University.

Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies.] -- Information on the Dharumbal language for members of the Dharumbal community; pronunciation; sentences; historical sources; Roth's 'tribes and sub-tribes'; nouns; verbs; English-Dharumbal word list.

Darumbal (Dharambal) is a language of Queensland in Australia declared extinct. It was spoken in the Rockhampton area of Queensland.

Dialects were Kuinmabara (), Karunbara, Rakiwara, is classified with Bayali as a Kingkel language, but the two are not ity: Darumbal, Koinjmal (Guwinmal), Woppaburra. The book is based on what is known about Dharumbal, both from Dharumbal people in and around Rockhampton today, and from old written documents on Dharumbal language.

The purpose of this book is to make available information on the Dharumbal language to members of Cited by: 1. [Reviewed Book] Author: Terrill, Angela Publisher: Australian National Univ., Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Canberra Publication Year: Series.

Search the catalogue for collection items held by the National Library of Australia New Search eResources User Lists Feedback Help Collection Delivery Times Visitor Update: COVID Ask a Librarian Due to the need to contain the spread of coronavirus (COVID) the Library building and reading rooms are closed to visitors until further notice.

Book Dharumbal: The language of Rockhampton, Australia MPS-Authors Terrill, Angela Language and Cognition Group, MPI for Psycholinguistics, Max Planck Society; Pioneers of Island Melanesia, MPI for Psycholinguistics, Max Planck Society; External Ressource No external resources are shared Cited by: 1.

Pronounced with the tongue at the back of teeth. Can sound like 'th'. Can sound similar to 'dj'. Closest to 'ng' sound found in singer. Prolonged sound that can be between 'oi' and 'ai'. Sound similar to English. Say G'day (pdf) Say G'day Wordlist. Brisbane animal words (PDF) Brisbane animal words (PDF.

Aboriginal loanwords in English. TY - BOOK AU - Terrill, Angela PY - DA - // TI - Dharumbal: The Language of Rockhampton, Australia T3 - Pacific Linguistics VL - PB - Australian National University CY - Canberra ID.

Maran or Maric is an extinct branch of the Pama–Nyungan family of Australian languages formerly spoken throughout much of Queensland by many of the Murri peoples. The well attested Maric languages are clearly related; however, many languages of the area became extinct before much could be documented of them, and their classification is ity: Murri peoples.

Molly Saunders is on Facebook. Join Facebook to connect with Molly Saunders and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to share and makes. TY - BOOK AU - Terrill, Angela PY - DA - // TI - Dharumbal: the language of Rockhampton, Australia T3 - Pacific Linguistics VL - PB - Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University CY - Canberra SN - ID - ER.

Angela Terrill is the author of A Grammar of Lavukaleve ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Biri ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 review.

Gabriella Wallace is on Facebook. Join Facebook to connect with Gabriella Wallace and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to share and. Aboriginal Dreamtime stories are one of the most important aspects of Indigenous culture. We have compiled some of the most popular stories right here for parents and educators who are looking to online sources to discover these stories.

The Twine is a joyous roller-coaster of wild rhythm and groove that will get all ages stomping along to the infectious long time partners Melani and Damion playing 5 instruments the same little pint sized Obi Sun, (a dynamite on the drums and. This poster is available in 45 languages and shows words for common body parts at a primary school level.

These posters are also available as a blank poster or in English. The following languages are also available in an early childhood level: Alawa, Alyawarr, Anindilyakwa, Bilinarra, Central Anmatyerr, Dalabon, Djamba/Gupa, Eastern Arrernte, Gamilaraay, Gurindji, Kaytetye, Mangarrayi.

Pacific Linguistics books in print: the full catalogue of in-print titles, with further details about each work, can be downloaded here. Below is a summary listing of titles in print published before the transfer of the Pacific Linguistics series to De Gruyter Mouton in approximate order of publication (latest first).

Dharumbal: the language of Rockhampton, Australia / Angela Terrill My island in the sun: an early history of Great Keppel Island / by Alan J. Morris Rockhampton fifty years ago: reminiscences of a pioneer ; Reminiscences of the early days in Rockhampto. In the native title context, Sutton (; also see ) has garnered and analysed material from across Australia and his most recent book is essential reading for anthropologists seeking to model systems of tenure for claims, although he concentrates chiefly on the way land tenure is socially articulated.

While he makes critically important Author: John Morton. Over Queensland Indigenous languages/dialects. Today only about 30 are spoken on a daily basis.

Of these only 3 are classed as strong or thriving languages; the remaining languages are classed as endangered!State Library has an Indigenous Languages Strategy which aims to document, preserve and promote the rich diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages across.

traditional owners of the land the Dharumbal People and pay my respects to their elders past and present. management are essential components of good quality care for all of our clients at Bidgerdii so book for an appointment today.

PAGE 3 family commits to Families were very excited to start the Binbi Meta Program, which aims to improve.The Pama–Nyungan languages are the most widespread family of Indigenous Australian languages, [2] containing perhaps languages.

The name "Pama–Nyungan" is derived from the names of the two most widely separated groups, the Pama languages of the northeast and the Nyungan languages of the southwest. The words pama and nyunga mean "man" in their respective languages.OLAC resources in and about the Bayali language ISO bjy The combined catalog of all OLAC participants contains the following resources that are relevant to this language.