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RESULTS: 27 ITEMS FOR CATEGORY Dictionaries

Burarra [bvr]
Source: Kathleen Glasgow and David Glasgow/AuSIL
Dictionary consists of approximately 4000 headwords. Burarra is spoken by the Burarra and Gun-nartpa people (approximately 600 speakers) in the Blyth and Cadell River regions and in the town of Maningrida in North-Central Arnhem Land.
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Burduna [bxn]
Source: Peter Austin/Eleanora Deak/Albert Burgman/Wangka Maya Pilbara Aboriginal Languages Centre
Dictionary, finderlist and topical index, in a graphical hypertext/interactive format (using Flash).
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Iwaidja [ibd]
Source: Noreen Pym and Bonnie Larrimore/AuSIL
Dictionary consists of approximately 1600 headwords. Iwaidja is spoken by around 150 people on Croker Island and the Cobourg Peninsula in Western Arnhem Land.
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Jiwarli [mem]
Source: Peter Austin/Albert Burgman/Wangka Maya Pilbara Aboriginal Languages Centre
Dictionary, finderlist and topical index, in a graphical hypertext/interactive format (using Flash).
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Juwaliny [wmt]
Source: Sally Dixon/Wangka Maya Pilbara Aboriginal Languages Centre
Dictionary, finderlist and topical index, in a graphical hypertext/interactive format (using Flash).
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Kamilaroi/Gamilaraay [kld]
Source: Peter Austin and David Nathan
Kamilaroi/Gamilaraay comes from northern NSW, from around Tamworth west across beyond Moree. This is the first formatted hypertext dictionary published on the Internet.
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Karajarri [gbd]
Source: Albert Burgman/Wangka Maya Pilbara Aboriginal Language Centre
Dictionary, finderlist and topical index, in a graphical hypertext/interactive format (using Flash).
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Kartujarra [mpj]
Source: Albert Burgman/James Marsh/Barbara Jones/Wangka Maya Pilbara Aboriginal Languages Centre
Dictionary, finderlist and topical index, in a graphical hypertext/interactive format (using Flash).
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Kriol and pidgins [rop]
Source: Jason Lee (editor)
Adapated from 1979, 1986 and 1996 dictionaries by SIL-AAIB and Sandefur & Sandefur. Extensive and hyperlinked Kriol-English and English-Kriol dictionary.
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Manyjilyjarra [mpj]
Source: Albert Burgman et al (see Acknowledgements)/Wangka Maya Pilbara Aboriginal Languages Centre
Dictionary, finderlist and topical index, in a graphical hypertext/interactive format (using Flash).
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Martu Wangka [mpj]
Source: James March/Ken Hansen/Joshu Booth/Albert Burgman/Wangka Maya Pilbara Aboriginal Languages Centre
Dictionary, finderlist and topical index, in a graphical hypertext/interactive format (using Flash).
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Ngarluma [nrl]
Source: Sally Dixon et al (see acknowledgements)/Wangka Maya Pilbara Aboriginal Languages Centre
Dictionary, finderlist and topical index, in a graphical hypertext/interactive format (using Flash).
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Nyamal [nly]
Source: Wangka Maya Pilbara Aboriginal Languages Centre
Hypertext/interactive dictionary, finderlist and topical index.
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Nyangumarta [nna]
Source: Brian Geytenbeek/Wangka Maya Pilbara Aboriginal Languages Centre
Grammatical description, dictionary, finderlist and topical index, in a graphical hypertext/interactive format (using Flash).
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Putijarra [mpj]
Source: Albert Burgman et al (see Acknowledgements)/Wangka Maya Pilbara Aboriginal Languages Centre
Dictionary, finderlist, topical index and grammatical information, in a graphical hypertext/interactive format (using Flash).
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Thalanyji [dhl]
Source: Daisy Bates, Norman Tindale, A Paterson, Radcliffe-Brown, Carl von Brandenstein, Geoffrey O'Grady, Peter Austin/Wangka Maya Pilbara Aboriginal Languages Centre
Hypertext/interactive dictionary, finderlist and topical index.
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Tiwi [tiw]
Source: Jenny Lee/AuSIL
Dictionary consists of approximately 5000 headwords. Tiwi is spoken by approximately 1500 speakers on Bathurst and Melville Islands.
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Uw Oykangand [kjn]
Source: Philip Hamilton
Uw Oykangand and Uw Olkola are Australian Aboriginal languages spoken in central Cape York Peninsula in far north Queensland. This dictionary is a community-based initiative of the Kowanyama Aboriginal Community Council.
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Wagiman [waq]
Source: Stephen Wilson, University of Sydney
Comprehensive dictionary, texts, and other information about Wagiman, a language of the Northern Territory. Searchable in English and Wagiman.
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Walmajarri [wmt]
Source: Eirlys Richards and Joyce Hudson
Dictionary based on the Walmajarri-English dictionary compiled from materials Eirlys Richards and Joyce Hudson gathered in and around Fitzroy Crossing between 1967 and 1984.
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Warlpiri [wbp]
Source: Kevin Jansz, Christopher Manning, and Nitin Indurkhya
A unique graphical-browsing semantic dictionary aimed at the needs of native speakers and children, as well as being useful to professional linguists.
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Source: Steve Swartz/AuSIL
Warlpiri is spoken by about 3000 people in the Tanami Desert area. See also the About Warlpiri page for background to the dictionary.
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Warnman [wbt]
Source: Albert Burgman et al (see Acknowledgements)/Wangka Maya Pilbara Aboriginal Languages Centre
Dictionary, finderlist and topical index, in a graphical hypertext/interactive format (using Flash).
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Wik-Mungkan [wim]
Source: Christine Kilham, Mabel Pamulkan, Jennifer Pootchemunka and Topsy Wolmby/AuSIL
Wik-Mungkan is spoken on the western side of Cape York Peninsula.
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Yanyuwa [jao]
Source: John Bradley and Jean Kirton
Dictionary and cultural resource that includes Yanyuwa-English and English-Yanyuwa dictionary, text, maps, illustrations and bibliography.
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Yolngu [aus-x-yoq]
Source: Beulah Lowe/ARDS
200 page dictionary with 4000 entries largely compiled by Beulah Lowe.
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Many languages or language not specified
Source: David Nash
Links to several online dictionaries.
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