gunyah

['gʌnjə]
noun Austral. an Aboriginal bush hut, typically made of bark and branches.
Origin
from Dharuk ganya 'house, hut'.

English new terms dictionary. 2014.

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  • gunyah — /gun yeuh/, n. Australian. 1. an aboriginal hut or shelter. 2. any crude bush hut or shelter. [1790 1800; < Dharuk gu n i] * * * …   Universalium

  • gunyah — noun Traditional Aboriginal dwelling made of bark and sticks …   Wiktionary

  • Gunyah — any small building, pavilion …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • gunyah — Australian Slang any small building, pavilion …   English dialects glossary

  • gunyah — gun·yah …   English syllables

  • gunyah — /ˈgʌnjə / (say gunyuh) noun 1. a hut traditionally made by Aboriginal people of boughs and bark; humpy; mia mia; wurley. 2. a small rough hut or shelter in the bush. Also, gunya. {Australian Aboriginal; Dharug ganya house, hut} …   Australian English dictionary

  • gunyah —   n. aborigine s hut …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • gunyah — n. Austral. an Aboriginal bush hut. Etymology: Aboriginal …   Useful english dictionary

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