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Nawakadj Bibom Nakudji Bininj single work   short story   Indigenous story  
Alternative title: That Nawakadj He Killed a Man
Issue Details: First known date: 1998... 1998 Nawakadj Bibom Nakudji Bininj
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Long ago, Nawakadj asked one man to go hunting kangaroo, but he was lying because he wanted to spear the other man.

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Language: English , Aboriginal Kunwinjku This language currently (02/05/2017) listed under two Aboriginal language hierarchies: Bininj Gun-Wok (as per http://bininjgunwok.org.au/) and Gunwinyguan language family (as per AIATSIS, (N65) (NT SD53-02)). Bininj Gun-Wok website spelling given preference over AIATSIS spelling.
Notes:
Kunwinjku text with parallel translation in English.
  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Bu Ngurriborlhme Kunwinjku Learning Kunwinjku Andrew Manakgu , Oenpelli / Gunbalunya : Kunwinjku Language Centre , 1998 7719381 1998 selected work short story poetry Indigenous story

    The stories and pictures in this book had been collated by language workers at the Kunwinjku Language Centre, so that the reader can learn to write and read the Kunwinjku language and also the English language. (Source: Front cover verso)

    Oenpelli / Gunbalunya : Kunwinjku Language Centre , 1998
    pg. 6-7
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