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RESULTS: 14 ITEMS FOR LANGUAGE Kamilaroi/Gamilaraay

Kamilaroi/Gamilaraay [kld]
Source: Australian National Dictionary Centre
Background information and list of words taken from Australian languages (including the Sydney language, Kamilaroi and others) into English and many other languages.
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Source: Brooke Ferguson / John Giacon / Clare Manning / Elena Mujkic
Regularly updated blog for Gamilaraay teaching, language resources, and items of general interest such as songs, photos, video etc.. See also the main Gamilaraay/Yuwaalaraay website.
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Source: Peter K. Austin
An outline of the history of the research on the Gamilaraay language with a focus on some of the people who have contributed to its documentation from the 1830s to today.
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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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Source: John Giacon and David Nathan
Interactive multimedia resource for Gamilaraay and Yuwaalaraay. Includes searchable dictionary with over 2,600 entries, all including audio; 1000 spoken sentences, all transcribed, and linked to the dictionary; 44 songs and stories, all transcribed, and linked to the dictionary; various games.

Free registration and download (Windows only).

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Source: William Ridley/Project Gutenburg
Ridley’s 1856 volume available in plain text form.
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Source: RNLD
A list of some mobile apps for Indigenous languages, including Anindilyakwa, Gamilaraay, Iwaidja, Nyoongar, Yawuru, and Yugambeh. Most are basic wordlists.
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Source: John Giacon / LDC
A paper considering linguists’ roles, methods, and principles in language revival, largely based on John’s experience with Gamilaraay and Yuwaalaraay.
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Source: André Bosch
André Bosch created and recited this Gamilaraay version of ‘Waltzing Matilda’.
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Source: Peter K. Austin
A downloadable academic grammar, complied from historical sources, with introduction to the people and language, and notes on the closely related Yuwaalaraay and Yuwaaliyaay languages. Published 1993.
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Source: University of Sydney
This unit of study will provide students with a basic competence in speaking, understanding, reading and writing Gamilaraay sufficient to recognise and construct simple utterances in the language, and to understand its relationships with other languages.
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Source: ANU, Macquarie University, University of Melbourne, Languages and Cultures Network for Australian Universities
A resource listing language courses at Australian tertiary institutions, with the facility to search by language. So you can search for an Indigenous langage to find out if and where it is being offered, and further information about courses. Languages currently listed include Gamilaraay, Ngaanyatjara, Pitjantjatjara, Wiradjuri and Yolngu.
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Source: Yugambeh Corporation
The Yugambeh museum page has links to a range of language resources including Yugambeh app, local language map, and language wordlists for Yugambeh, Gungarri, Yugarabul, Wakka Wakka, Jandai, Bidjara, Gabi Gabi, and Gamilaraay.
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Source: Yuwaalaraay Language Program/John Giacon
Dictionaries and a range of links and learning materials for Yuwaalaraay and Gamilaraay.
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