Karri-borlbme Kun-wok

kuni (W) / guni (Gdj)

kuni (W) / guni (Gdj)

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English Translation
(Kun-balandaken)
just over there, that one just over there
Pronunciation
(Bale ka-yime karri-ngeybun?)

IPA gʊnɪ
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http://words.bininjgunwok.org.au/words/kuni-w-guni-gdj

Morphology
(Karri-wokdjobdjobke)

kun- / gun- class which agrees with the class of words associated with place kun-bolk (W) gun-bolk (Gdj)

Notes
(Njalenjale)

Usage
(Bale kabirri-yime?)

Wardi kuni yi-yo! (W)
How about you go and sleep just over there!

Birri-mokurrkurrkadjurrenni birri-Mirarrni yika na-kudji na-Mirarr nawu kanjdji kuni kukabo kanjdji. (W)
Those clans used to share territory, the Mirarr clan and another [different] Mirarr clan on this creek just over that way further downstream.

Date
(Balekeno)
15 Nov 2014