Words on Country
When travelling through the National Parks, we all wonder of know the names of each place and living thing.
Although there are numerous names for trees many people are aware of names such as Yurunga for example:
A tree standing alone is a Demura or Temora.
You are waking on pathways named Muru and the are relative to walkng Yenura or Yennora. Muru might also be referred to as a running path of water.
When you are travelling in a pair the phrase is Mittigar, if you travel in groups of 2 you a related as Ngaliya.
The clouds above you are name Buurah, Boorah, a cluster of clouds are Buurah-dah
Earth Bembul. walking on earth, Yenmara bembul-ra
Wind Guwarra. This is a strong wind, Mudang guwarra, diya-dah
Fire Gwianga. Let's make a fire, Bangala gwianga-da
Water Badu. Wash with water Milyadyuga badu
Eg: A ranger might say
Warami budyari yura, gawi ngalawayu ngaya-wa bangada narang byalla.
It's good to see you, come sit together make small talk.
Additional text can be discovered in the section word list, use you own imagination and create your own format of language.