Diary of ten years eventful life of an early settler in Western Australia and also A descriptive vocabulary of the language of the aborigines/A descriptive vocabulary of the language in common use amongst the aborigines of Western Australia/Part 2/F

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F.

Face—Minyt; Dtamel; Mulyamel.

Faint, to—Yowir gwart; Pandopen (Northern dialect).

Fair, annual—Mănjar.

Fair, light-coloured—Djitting; Djitto.

Falcon, peregrine; Falco Melanogenys—Gwetălbar.

Fall, to,—Dtabbatkolo; Gwardo.

Fall, to, down in a faint—Yowirgwart.

Fame—Warda.

Family or tribe—Matta.

Far off—Bu-yăng; Urar.

Farther off—Munong.

Fasten, to—Yuttarn; Wulangiteh.

Fastened up, applied to the hair—Wadju.

Fat (grease)—Boyn; Mon-gor.

Fat, stout—Boyngădăk; Ilyn-ngomon; Mongorăl; Korbuil.

Father—Mamman; Kynkar.

Father-in-law—Kan-gun.

Fatigued—Mordibăng; Bidibaba.

Fear—Dărnavăn.

Fear, to—Mult-chin; Wyen.

Feathers, Idal-ya; Nornt; Takil.

Feathers, tuft of—Kokul-yăng; Ngower; Ngalbo : Jilying.

Fern—Karbărra.

Festering—Kokănwin.

Fetch, to—gang-ow; Katte.

Few, a—Waugăt; Maow; Kattin

Fiery, hot—Kallăk.

Fig, Hottentot, large; Mesembryanthemum Equilateralis—Kolbogo.

Fig, Hottentot, small—Mănbibi; Măjerăk (Mountain dialect).

Fig, leaves of—Kolbogo Măngăro.

Fight, to—Băkadju; Tornamagar.

Fight, a—Ballajinin; Băkadjin.

Fillet for the head, made of human hair—Wundu.

Film, formed over the eye—Bămbala.

Fin, of a fish—Yirrila.

Finch, spotted—Estrilda; Jiri.

Fingers—Marh-ra; Marh-ragur.

Fingers, joint—Marh-ra bottyn.

Fire—Kalla.

Fire, stick, or brand—Kallamatta

Fire, bright, a—Initch.

Firm—Murdoin; Balyata; Murdubalangur.

Firmament—Gudjyt.

First—Gorijăt; Gwadjăt; Gwyt-chăngăt.

First, part, or commencement of anything—Mul-yăk.

Fish, a—Bi.

Fish, species of—Beper; Bepil; Dabardak; Jinin; Karduk; Kumbul; Mattawit; Merdelang; Murdar; Nagkan; Tabadak; Tuldynang; T-yundalar; Walgah; Warroitch; Yoiyu.

Five—Mirh-jinbangga.

Fixed—Murduin; Bal-yatta.

Flame—Dtallar; Dtallăp.

Flat—Ngalbărda; Yampel.

Flea, a—Kolo.

Flee, to—Bărdanbardo; Ban-nagul (Mountain word); Norndukaun.

Flesh, muscle—Ilyn.

Flesh, of animals fit to be eaten—Dadja; Marri.

Flounder, small fish—Bambi.

Flowers:—

Anigozanthus, tall, green-flowered—Koroylbardang.
Calthamnus sanguineus—Bindak.
Cenomice retisporum—Ngangonat.
Banksia, large—Mangyt.
Banksia, small—Dubarda.
Chorizema cordifolia—Kal-ya.
Chrysorhoe nitens—Kotyeningara.
Dryandria Fraseri—Budjan; Butjak.
Dryandria species nova—Binda.
Grevillea—Ngutek.
Kennedia—Pulbarn.
Kennedia Hardenbergii—Kurrolo.
Myriophyllum—Nunika.
Pattersonia Occidentalis—Komma.
Pearsonia—Ngowdik.

Flowers—

Nuytsia floribunda—Mutyal.
Rhodanthe Manglesii—Ng-yame Ng-yaming.
Hovea pungens—Buyenak.

Fly, a—Nurdu.

Fly, species of—Tdurtyl; Kangur; Kurabuk.

Fly, species of horse-fly—Gu-yam gu-yam; Gu-yalla.

Fly, very large species—Wardan.

Fly catcher, fan-tailed; Rhipidura Lathami—Gadjinnăk.

Fly-catcher, yellow-bellied; Eopsaltria—Bămbun.

Fly catcher, glossy; Seisura Volitans—Jitting at.

Fly catcher, wag tail; Muscicapa—Willaring.

Fly, to—Bărdang.

Foam—Dtal-yi; Narrija.

Fog—Dul-ya; Jindi; Kulyir.

Foliage—Myari.

Food, animal—Dadja.

Food, vegetable—Maryn.

Food, in general—Dadjamaryn.

Food, common stock of—Gwineen.

Foolish—Balbyt; Karne; Yungilbar.

Foot—Jinna.

Forcibly—Gwidjar.

Fording—Bardangin; Wayre.

Forehead—Yurdo; Bigytch; Yimăng Mekytch.

Foreigner—Mogang.

Forenoon—Biddurong.

Formerly, any time previous—Karamb.

Four—Gudjalingudjalin.

Fresh—Milgar; Yy-inăng.

Friend—Babbin.

Friendless—Murutbărna

Friendly—Nagal.

Fright, fear—Darnavăn.

Frighten, to—Dărnavăn ijow.

Frog—Wurgyl.

Frog, species of—Gudjarra.

Frog, species of—Gu-ya.

Frog, species of—Djiritmat.

Frog, species of—Kalgonak; Kurni; Tdunjar; Tuk; Yuan gur.

Frost—Kurbon.

Froth—Dtal-yi; Narrija.

Frowning—Iringwin.

Fruit. The only things like fruit which have been as yet discovered, scarcely deserve the name; they are By-yu; Dtulya; Kolbogo; Kuruba; Kamak; Kwonnart; Naman; which see.

Fruitful, having had children—Yulang-idi; Yulang-ara.

Fry, the, of fish—Gulyang-ărra.

Full, overflowing—Waubătin.

Full, satisfied—Murada.

Fungus of the white gum, used for tinder—Madăp.

Fungus, edible—Butogo.

Fungus, edible—Dtalyil.

Fungus, edible—Bwy-ego.

Fungus, edible—Metagong.

Fungus, edible—Nogo.

Fungus, edible—Numar.

Fungus, edible, growing on the ground, of a sweetish taste, red-coloured, and very juicy—Whodo, or Korogong, or Wurdo.

Fur—Jow-yn; Djuo.

Future, in future—Mila.