��AN AUSTRALIAN LANGUAGE.
��Tan-e;auna,-r;arra-sfeyini<2;anna Yaiigarra — to grind seeds in the
native way ; to rub on a stone ;
to clean by rubbing, as knives. Yange — drought. [woman.
Yangerang — a run-about, a bad Yangerang — all along, all about. Yangerangbuolia — all round. Yanguainbanna — to stumble, to
stammer. Yangumbi — always, a long time. Yangumbinga — to leap over. Yannabayarra — to send, to tell
to go. Yannabillinga — to go when told. Yannabuoananna — to go Avith
Yannadarrambal — a stroller, a Yannagagi — a walk, v. and s. Yannaidurai — an infant begin- ning to walk ; any walker. Yannamambirra — to let go. Yannamanna — to pursue. Yannainarra — to go quickly. Yannambabirra — to come for
something to eat. Yannangarimanna — to go about
all day long. Yannanna — to go, to walk. Yannanuwal — go on ! Yannarra — a long fishing spear. Yannaurar ■ — smooth, aiicely
finished. Yanuemaingarrin — having gone
in vain. Yanniyanirra — to come to one's
assistance. Yannulabul — at the same time. Yannumbilanna — -to walk.' Yara — a 'gum-tree.' Yaran — the chin ; the beard. Yarbarra — to dig, scrape with
the spade. Yarbimma — round. Yariwan — as sensual as a brute. Yarmanna — to seek all about. Yarmarra — to move about and
scratch or bite, like fieas.
��Yarn gun — the root of a tree. Yarra — to speak. Yarradamarra — to dream. Yarradunna — to beat on the
' bargan,' q.v. Yarraga — spring. Yarraibarra — to make a hissing
noise, like the 'bargan' when
thrown. YaiTain — a native shrub. Yarraiubadanna — to gnash the
teeth together. Yarraiyannanna — to go about. Yarraman — a horse. Yarraii — a kind of grub. Yarran — a grub found in treas. Yar ran dang — a dream. Yarrang — splinters. Yarranua — to make an angry
noise, like dogs when ready
to seize on an object. Yarrarbai — creaking, as shoes. Yarrarbarra — to creak. Yarrawullai — the blossom of the
' gum-tree.' Yarre — raw, underdone. Yarridyundain — strong, as raw
hide. Yarringan — clear, 1 rans^^arent,
like clear water. Yarriwan — voracious. Yarrudag-ginga — to dream. Yarruwalla — very strong, very
mighty. Yaryan-buolia — everywhere. Yaung — a small shadow. Yawai ; yungi — stones used for
grinding or sharpening. Yawaima — round; suhst., a ring. Yawaingar — a cockroach. Yawaldain — one that watches,
a watchman. Yawallanna — to watch one an- other. Yawandyillinga — to take care
of one's self. Yawannayallmga — to care for,
as a mother a child.