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THE TVIEADHARI DIALECT.
��Barranganna — to make a noise as by sounding the letter r-r.
Barraggara — to rise, to get up.
Barrannicirra — to tear.
Barranna — to fly.
Barranna — to roast.
Barrarbarrar — a rusliing noise; v., to make a rushing noise.
Barrawarraiubirra — to be full- fledged ; said of birds.
Barrawidyain — one that always wanders about ; a hunter.
Barrawinga — to hunt; to camp.
Barruomanna — to run fast, to gallop.
Barre — no !
Barreidyal — a bird like a robin.
Barrima — a musket.
Barrimarra — to get fire by rub- bing two pieces of wood.
Barriuan — a little shrub.
Barrigngia — let it alouel never mind !
Barru — a rabbit-like rat.
Barrudaug — a juice from a tree;
Bawalganna — to hatch.
Bawamarra — to relate news ; to communicate.
Bawan — a white stone, said to belong to Wandong, q.v.
Bawan : — no, no ! by no means !
Bawar — a prepared skin ; leather
Bawarnguor — inside.
Bi — the fore part of the arm.
Biagga — often, many times.
Bial — emph. particle ; up, high.
Bialbial — very high, a-top.
Bialgambirra — to hang; trans.
Bialganna — to hang ; intrans.
Biambul — all.
Biamburruwallanna — to govern, to rule over.
Biaug — many.
Biangarra — to take out, dig out, as from a hole.
Biangulalinga — to dig out again, e.g., when buried.
��Bibanna — to crouch down ; to be
in a sitting position. Bibarra — to tease, Bibbidya — a kind of fish-hawk. Biddirbung — a challenge word ;
as much as to say 'I am not
afraid of you.' Bidyaidya — a mother's sister. Bidyaingarra — to poke the fire. Bidyar — any male. Bidyur — pointing up, very high. Biembai — a hook, a fish-hook. Biggun — a water-mole. Biidur-' fat-hen,' an edible herb. Bilinmarra — to strip long pieces
of bark. Bilunmarra — to split. Billa — a river. Bill abaug— the Milky TV ay. Billadurra — a water-mole. Billagal — down a mountain to- wards a river. Billar — a river ' swamp-oak.' Billawir — a hoe. Billili — herbage like dock-leaf. Billimarra — to jiush near to. Billinbalgambirra — to recede, to
go back ; try to escape, avoid. Billinga — to go backwards. Billingarra — to take care. Billingaya — going backwards. Billir — a black cockatoo. Ballinln — the silence of night,
when all are asleep. Billuan — a kind of parrot. Bilundarra — to chap the skin,
as frost does. Bimbai — a spot where the grass
has been burnt. [fire.
Bimbarra — to set the grass on Bimbil — a kind of tree. Bimbin — a native bird. Bimirr — an end or point. Bin— high. tall. Binbin — silent. Binbin — the belly. Bindugai — a small shell. Bindu^an — shellfish.