Dharug language The Sydney language, also referred to as Darug or Iyora Eora , is an extinct Australian Aboriginal language of the Yuin Kuric group that was traditionally spoken in the region of Sydney, New South Wales.It is the traditional language of the Darug and Eora peoples. The term Dharug, which can also be spelt Darug, Dharukk, Dharoog, Dharrag, and Dararrug, etc came from the word for yam Australian Aboriginal Languages Virtual Library Home A beautifully produced collection of stories from Aboriginal authors storytellers from all regions of Victoria the first contemporary compilation of Victorian Aboriginal Creation Stories told by Victorian Aboriginal People, and the first to extensively use languages of origin to tell the stories. Australian Aboriginal Languages Virtual Library Home Notes these are the dates of first entry most items have since been updated The number of current items is less than the sum added over the years because web pages also disappear.
Best Read [Tom Foote] ↠ Kuuk Thaayorre Dictionary: English-Thaayorre || [Ebooks Book] PDF ☆ 480 Tom Foote
Title: Best Read [Tom Foote] ↠ Kuuk Thaayorre Dictionary: English-Thaayorre || [Ebooks Book] PDF ☆