��AN AUSTRALIAN LANGUAGE.
��Nunnumarra— to take away from.
Nurra-nurra-bul — always, con- stantly.
Nurrurdarra — to suck, as the juice oat of a bone.
��anything airy or open, siich
as a pipe. Uba— a native rat. Ubbuginga — to go iindex' tlie
w^ater, to dive. Ubbur — full, swollen; s., a lump TJbu — a kind of frog-stool. Uda — an ear. Udabarrambang — the thick end
(knob) ofthe 'bundi' cudgel. Udadurai — clever, intelligent. Udagarbinga — to listen. Udagual — a different purpose ;
lit., another ear. Udag-garag-garra — to know a
great deal, to be intelligent. Udamugga — deaf; lit., ear-shut. Uddagarragarra — whirling as a
leaf in falling. TJgal — a young man. TJganguang — rotten, decayed ;s.,
corruption (in the grave) . Ugil — -heat, warmth, hot wind. Ulbundarra — to draw out, as a
native doctor draws out a
charm-stone from the belly
of a sick person, as they say. TJlbundinga — to pull off", cause
to fall off. TJlbunmalaliuga — to pull again. Uldumbarra-to get unfastened ;
disunited. TJlinga — to fly.
Ulinga — to lie down, go to sleep. Ulla — voice, sound ; a call. Ullabarra — to have a rolling
noise inside the bowels. UUanua — to call.
��Ullawaranna — to howl, shriek. Ulleilinga — to call fur some one. Ullui^ — rubbish. Ullumma — the calf of the leg. Umbai (li) — the last. [off.
Umbanna — to get loose, to com© LTmiri'a— to peep. [light.
Undirra — to stand in one's own Urau — hair. Uranbai — very hairy. Urganba — a thing to open with,
a key. Urganna — anything that is in- side ; as maggots in meat. Urgarra — to put in. Uriabare — never mind ! Urimbirra — to take care of, to
keep, preserve. Urong — leafless. Urommarra — to take out, to
take from underneaih. Urra — weak, feeble; very thin. Urragarra — to make a noise. Urranna — to enter. Urrembillinga — to come in
when told. Urraurramarra — to feel acute
pain. TJrrubirra— to swallow. Urrugan — a fastening, a tie. Urrugarban — unable to breathe
well, hoarse, unable to talk, Urrugurrai — hoarse ; s., a sore
throat. Urrungillanna — to encompass. Urruiimarra — to pull, to draw;
to open like a beast when
slaughtered ; «/'soulbutmarra. Urrur — full; v., to be satisfied. Urrurbanua — to rush upon ; to
bluster. Urrurbana — to be full, to be
satisfied. TJrrurgirrin — a very bad sore. Urrurubil — the throat. Uru — the neck. Urumbanninga — to get through