��AN AUSTRALIAN LANGUAGE.
��"Wambun — sulsf., covetousness ;
ffdj., covetous. Wambunbunmaldain — a covet- ous person. Ayambunbunmarra — to make or
be covetous or greedy. A\^ammal— a native weapon, i.e.,
a little sharp-pointed stick. AVammang — Avrong, not right ;
not straight, out of the road. • AVammar — the hand-stick with
which the spear is thrown ;
the ' wommara.' Wammarra — to build. Wtimu — fat.
Wanarra — to mark a skin. AVanbaug — the mound of earth
on a grave. Wanbuan — a kind of kangaroo. Wandaiyalle — a porcupine. Wandong — the bad spirit. Wandyu — a crow ; i.q. wagan. "Wangaduringa — to be lost. "Waugai — a large species of ant. Wangaidyung — astray, lost. "Wangal — hair matted together. Wangan — clotted. Wanganna — to lose. "VVangar — idle, lazy. Wangarra — to cry like a crew. "Wangi — a night-owl. [the fire. Wangian — to sit at the back of AVannabanna — to leave behind,
to forsake. AVannaggarra — to throw away ;
also wannag-gilarra. AV^annaggilgan — single, i.e., un- married. AV^annamambilana— to separate
from each other, to part. TN^annamindyarra — to neglect,
to be careless; to careforno
longer ; to forgive. AVaunangijillinga — to abandon
one's self ; to despair. AVannanna — to throw. AA'annarra — to dig with a stick,
as native women do.
��AVanucil — one that is under the restriction of tribal law with respect to food ; a lad not yet fully initiated.
AYannamarra — to do, to finish.
AVannamarradanna — to leave alone ; not to meddle with.
AVaimawanna — to scratch.
AVannunduringa — to cease, to discontinue, to throw awaj'.
AVanyanna — to scratch.
AVanyannadillinga — to scratch one's self.
AYanyarra — to mark.
AYarbanna — to blow hard ; as when wind unroofs houses ; to destroy.
AYargu — wherefore ? why ?
AYarngandarra — to be trouble- some, quarrelsome.
AYarngangi — tiresome, trouble- some, quarrelsome, bad.
AYarngauna — to disturb.
AYawe — a monstrous water animal.
AYarra — the edge or hemming ; the end ; the brim.
AYarrabamarra — to stop, to im- pede ; to cause to cease.
AA'arrabarra — to make a noise.
AYarrabinga — to look about, to seek for what is lost.
AA'arradagang — a yellow stone ; adj., yellow.
AV^arradannang — quarrelsome, warlike, wicked.
AA^arraga — under there, down- wards.
AA^arragianna — to stand over or before the fire, to warm one's self.
AA^arragu — limestone.
AYarrai — a kind of iguana.
AYarraingarra — to hui-ry away, to lead astray, to lead into temptation.
AYarrai — stiff, unbending.
AYarralag — a long brown snake.