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|dc.description.abstract||Printed book of Billingi’s dictionary; Paper scraps with manuscript notes in pencil and ink. Questions in Billingi’s book – manuscripts and typescript about customs and places and miscellaneous vocabulary from N.W. Australia (Beagle Bay, Fitzroy River, Roebourne, Nullagine and Broome area, W.A.), further specified in manuscript as Billingi’s vocabulary or dictionary of the Broome area dialect, N.W. Australia 1901-2. “This Jookan or Ngoombal ngangga (speech) to be held (kept together) with the Abbots Ambrose and Alphonse’s dictionary in French of the Beagle Bay Trappist Mission Groups 1890-1900. The dictionary is in French and Nyool – nyool, a language closely related to Billingi’s.”||en|
|dc.format.extent||97 p. plus manuscript notes in ink and pencil||en|
|dc.subject.other||Vocabulary, Billingi (male informant), Australian Aborigines, Broome, Beagle Bay, Western Australia, Jookan, Ngoombal||en|
|dc.title||Series IV, Section 8: Vocabulary book - printed book filled in, in manuscript - Broome area, plus 2 ms p.||en|
|Appears in Collections:||Series 4: Vocabularies [and name lists]|
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