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dc.contributor.authorSchultz, Chester-
dc.date.issued2016-03-23-
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/2440/111328-
dc.description.abstractLukar is one of a number of Ngarrindjeri words which have been used by Ngarrindjeri people as place-names on territory which at first contact was Kaurna land. These names have been publicized through the publications of Tindale and Berndt, who obtained them in the 1930s-40s. Lukar is a word in the Ngarrindjeri language meaning ‘tears’. It is primarily a common noun, not a place-name. However, in the 1930s the Ngarrindjeri Elder Albert Karlowan seems to have applied it generically to the spring sites created by Tjirbuki’s tears along the coast from Kingston Park to Port Willunga.en
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dc.publisherChester Schultzen
dc.subjectNgarrindjeri languageen
dc.subjectTjirbukien
dc.subjectPort Willunga Springsen
dc.subjectRuwarungen
dc.subjectAboriginal place-namesen
dc.subjectSouth Australia geographyen
dc.subjectKaurna Warra Pintyandien
dc.titleLukar and Lukien
dc.title.alternativePlace Name Summary (PNS) 4.03.02/06en
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