Wiradhuri

[wɪ'radʒəri]
noun an extinct Aboriginal language of SE Australia.
Origin
Aborig., appar. from a Wiradhuri word for 'no', wirai (contrasted with related languages).

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  • Wiradhuri — ISO 639 3 Code : wrh ISO 639 2/B Code : ISO 639 2/T Code : ISO 639 1 Code : Scope : Individual Language Type : Living …   Names of Languages ISO 639-3

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  • Wiradjuri language — language name=Wiradjuri nativename=Wirraaydhuurray Wirraayjuurray familycolor=Australian region=New South Wales speakers=3 (1981) fam1=Pama Nyungan fam2=Wiradhuric iso2=aus iso3=wrhWiradjuri (many other spellings; see Wiradjuri) is a Pama Nyungan …   Wikipedia

  • Wiradjuri — /wɪˈradʒuri/ (say wi rahjoohree) noun 1. an Australian Aboriginal people of the area of the Murrumbidgee and Lachlan rivers in central NSW. 2. the language of this people. –adjective 3. of or relating to this people or their language. Also,… …   Australian English dictionary

  • billabong — noun Etymology: Wiradhuri (Australian aboriginal language of central New South Wales) bilabaŋ Date: 1861 1. Australian a. a blind channel leading out from a river b. a usually dry …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • kookaburra — noun Etymology: Wiradhuri (Australian aboriginal language of central New South Wales) gugubarra Date: 1834 a brownish kingfisher (Dacelo novaeguineae syn. D. gigas) of Australia that is about the size of a crow and has a call resembling loud… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • yabber — noun Etymology: perhaps modification of Wiradhuri (Australian aboriginal language of central New South Wales) ya speak Date: 1855 Australian talk, jabber < all yabber and chatter ceased around the campfires Francis Birtles > • yabber intransitive …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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