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  • a: yes; just so
  • awoo: yes; just so
  • ba: hush; hst
  • baba: young one; pup; whelp
  • babarnidi: to become a young one; i.e. be born
  • babmi: a small bag; purse
  • bada: a species of grub
  • badada: to scold; abuse; accuse
  • badada: to drive away; scare off
  • badara: a species of gum tree
  • badarnda: open glade; an open plain surrounded by scrub; oasis
  • badidi: to wake; rouse from sleep
  • baganbada: to dig round; lay bare by digging
  • bagoo: the point or catch of the midla or wommara
  • badya: angry; hostile; quarrel; fight
  • balabalada: to jerk one's tongue; express surprise
  • balara: light; candle; seeing
  • barlarri: a constellation; the Pleiades
  • balaridi: to shine; be lighted; enlightened
  • balba: ticklish; ticklishness
  • balbarda: the fag ends of the kangara or grass tree roots; that part of the grass tree which grows above ground and cannot be eaten
  • balgara: a species of eucalyptus; blue gum
  • bali: flank; groin
  • balya: cool breeze; evening breeze
  • bana: crack; crevice; gap; wrinkle
  • banai: a species of fungus
  • banara: a stone with a rough surface used as a rasp in sharpening the grubbing sticks
  • banda: brackish; salt; bitter
  • banidi: to dig; burrow; bury
  • banoo: even; flat; level
  • baoo: a call; hallo; cooee
  • bara: thing; something
  • bara: fork of a tree
  • bardabarda: brothers in law; brothers having one wife
  • bardi: grub; catepillar
  • bari: opposite direction
  • barnada: to push; drive; scare away
  • barngala: national name of the native tribes inhabiting the western coast of Spencer's Gulf and the adjacent country
  • barngarlidi: to be Parnkalla; to speak the Barngarla language language
  • baroo: animal; game; meat
  • bibi: any jelly like substance; as the brain; marrow; etc
  • bida: needle case; hollow bone in which is placed the pointed bone used in sewing
  • bida: libido; lust
  • bidhoo: a species of redbill
  • bidla: dry; hard; any dry substance; as rind; crust
  • bidlara: skilled in; used to; expert
  • bidlyoo: the white female grub of a species of ants eaten by the natives
  • bidyirrgi: timber; board; door; any smooth piece of wood
  • bilba: little bit; piece
  • bili: the white of an egg
  • bilindya: a yellow flower retaining its colour in its dried state
  • bilooroo: a hard root growing in the scrub; the thick skin of which is eaten when roasted
  • bimba: coal black; shining black
  • binada: to tremble; quiver; shiver
  • binda: stingy; tenacious of
  • binga: a small bone near the hip; used for peeling roots
  • bingi: for; in exchange for; for the value of
  • binmada: to refuse; shirk out of it
  • binmanda: not doing the thing promised
  • birdoo: strong; firm; fast; immoveable
  • birri: finger nail; claw
  • biri: forked stick; fork of a tree
  • biri: almost; nearly
  • biridi: to carry in the hand
  • biroo: strong; firm; fast; immoveable
  • birra: shell; nautilus shell
  • biri: name of the first child; if a boy
  • biyi: the skin of the human body; any thin skin like matter; as paper; linen; etc.
  • boodli: anus; the butt end of anything
  • boodlidi: to turn upside down; invert; pervert
  • booga: old; rotten; offensive
  • boogala: a fatherless orphan; a person bereft of his father
  • boogara: fine weather; hot weather
  • boogiri: anything to rest one's feet upon
  • boolamba: a crustacious species of fish
  • boorlga: old; aged; an old man; an old kangaroo
  • boolga: old; old man kangaroo
  • boolgara: a species of tree producing a black sort of raisin; manna tree
  • boonga: inflammable; combustible
  • boora: low scrub; heath
  • boorai: a large species of kangaroo rat
  • boorili: hedge hog fish; any crustacious species of fish
  • boorinya: a shrub producing an edible kind of raisin
  • boornda: round stone; pebble; ball
  • booyooloo: name for a relative; adoptive son
  • dha: it; or it is
  • dhali: the young of a bird; pullet
  • dhari: over; by way of; in the direction of
  • dsoo: an expression of anger
  • dyaga: hole in the rocks
  • dyalai: a species of gum tree
  • dyibala: the blossom of the nilai root
  • dyidyabi: a species of bird; honey sucker
  • dyila: skilled; experienced
  • dyirira: a species of parrot; blue mountain parrot
  • gaba: three; several
  • gabidi: to cut off; make a short cut; surround
  • gabigarnga: an Island in Spencer's Gulf; on which Midlalla is said to reside
  • gadha: club; grubbing stick
  • gadandya: a species of bird called goatsucker
  • gadara: apart; distant; little way off
  • gadloo: the large black species of ant; lion ant
  • gadloogoo: a grown up kangaroo; a female having born one young one
  • gadnoo: a yellow striped species of lizard
  • gadoo: cloak; waistcoat
  • gaganara: from the surface; on the top; above
  • gagara: pillow; anything to rest one's head upon
  • garla: voice; speech; dialect
  • gala boodni: a beautiful blue flowered creeper; native lilac
  • garlalda: torch; dry bark lighted and used in fishing at night
  • galangaridi: to call to each other; speak with a person at a distance
  • galdi: husk; peel; bran
  • galga: open; openly; public
  • galgaridi: to tremble; heave; feel great desire
  • galgidi: to become loose; undone; slip
  • gali: a leaf of the cactus; commonly called the native fig
  • galyaoodoo: to beckon away; to make a motion with the hand to another person to keep at a distance
  • gamada: to tell; intercede for; ask
  • gambada: to cook; bake; roast; foment
  • garndi: hammer; tomahawk; axe
  • gangai: a sea bird; bozen bird
  • ganganya: side of the human body; flank
  • gangarrra: the root of the grass tree which at certain seasons of the year constitutes an excellent article of food for the natives
  • gangi: self-willed; impetuous; resolute
  • gangoo: an edible kind of root
  • gadnyala: a pebble or round stone; carried about in the knapsack or net; used in breaking bones; etc
  • ganyamai: a species of fungus; mushroom
  • ganyi: name for a relative
  • gara: spider; tarantula
  • garada: to be lame; to walk lame
  • garrba: inside; room; European house
  • garrbadya: a small blue coloured kind of fish
  • garrbili: one of the burrowing species of animals
  • gardanya: name of the first child; if a female
  • gardi: calling attention
  • gardi: stem of a tree; the thick branches of a tree
  • garrgala: kind of cactus; commonly called the native fig
  • gari: gradually; by and bye
  • garrridhi: to be, exist in a continuous movement [existential]
  • garinya: a species of lizard; ratling lizard
  • garngoo: house; place of encampment
  • gawana: an animal of the burrowing species; rat
  • gayala: the north and north western country
  • gidyali: name of a place; Charlton
  • goo: shelter; fence
  • goobirri: a kind of kangaroo; red kangaroo
  • gooboodoo: to state; maintain; represent with vehement gesture
  • goodyoo: another; other; the rest
  • googada: national name of a north western tribe of natives
  • goolada: to sever; cut; break; tear
  • gooldya: green parakeet; grass parrot
  • goolili: the name of a variety of eatable grubs; as: kullilli numma; kullilli patta; kullilli yako; kullilli yulko
  • gooliri: the blossoms of the male she oaks
  • goona: a species of kangaroo
  • goonda: name of the third child; if a female
  • gooni: name of the third child of a mother; if a male
  • goora: visible; in sight
  • goorada: to bore; dig a well in the sand
  • goorala: a well dug in sand or gravel
  • goordloo: an animal of the marsupian species
  • goordoo: steep; steep place; precipice
  • gooridi: to turn around; wander about
  • goorinyara: a pillar of dust produced by a whirlwind
  • goorloo: side of the body; that part of the body between the shoulder and loin
  • gooyana: the male grub of the mita ant which is not eatable and is separated from the female bidlyo; by winnowing
  • ia: yes; so it is
  • yada: North East country or coast
  • ibi: alive; living
  • ibiri: a small species of lizard
  • idala: a burrowing animal; rat
  • idi: the jugular vein
  • idla: branch; twig; bush
  • idla: light colored
  • idli: part of the abdomen
  • idnambada: to approach softly; walk on tiptoe
  • idni: round about; out of the way
  • idya: splinter; chip
  • iga: obstructed
  • igarnidi: expresses the rapid motion of a spear; to fly
  • ila: ready; prepared
  • ila: not hitting or not killing the game aimed at
  • ilari: strange; unknown
  • ilbi: drops (sing.?)
  • ildalidi: to be choked; breath heavily
  • ildya: muscle; sinew; vein
  • ilga: a prickly kind of shrub; thorn
  • ilga: having; possessing
  • ilga ilga: pretty; fine with respect to personal appearance
  • ilgada: to look askance; scowl
  • ilidi: on account; for the purpose of
  • ilya: an opening; open place; passage
  • imini: sacred; forbidden; anything that must not be seen; said or touched
  • ina: this; that
  • inada: to sink in; bog; stick fast
  • inba: straight; side by side
  • inbaridi: to be in a line with another object; or to be close to it
  • inda: bloody; wounded; shattered; wound; abscess
  • ingi: in a circle; in a row
  • ingiri: in a circle; in a row
  • ini: a pointed bone used as a needle or awl
  • inyala: a species of burrowing animal
  • irradha: to keep off; defend; protect
  • iralboo: sharp; having a sharp and hard point as the spear when hardened in hot ashes
  • irrbi: information; news; message
  • irda: bird generally
  • iriridi: to keep moving or shifting; be restless
  • irra booga: decayed teeth; having a smelling breath
  • ma: vegetable food
  • maba: rubbish; dirt
  • mada: tribe; nation
  • madara: ignorant; not used to; inexperienced
  • madiri: matrilineal moiety name
  • madli: the place of infants on the backs of their mothers
  • madoo: a tree bearing a yellow berry
  • maga: not so; or it is not
  • magoo: a piece of quartz attached to the wommara; and used as a knife
  • mai: vegetable food
  • mai: vegetable food generally; such as roots etc
  • maidya: expressing assurance; indeed
  • mai yari: tenacious of food; stingy; greedy
  • mayala: never mind; letting alone; notwithstanding
  • malboo: a murderer; any person that has killed another whether he be justified in doing so or not
  • maldara: a bunch of emu feathers over the lap
  • malidi: to become undone; slip; fall
  • maliridi: to dissolve; become powerless
  • maloo: not heeding; unconcerned
  • mamada: to share; partake of anothers property; as food; meat; etc
  • mamboodoo: to set on; as dogs; to instigate; encourage
  • mana: much; plentiful; large
  • mandi: repeatedly; continuingly
  • manga: thread or yarn made of oppossum hair; and worn round the head
  • marngarla: peacable; friendly; friend; the reverse of hostile paitya
  • mangiridi: to become well; convalesce; heal
  • mani: a relative; nephew?
  • manoo: together; near each other
  • mara: the young offspring of animals; pup; pullet; etc
  • mara: hand; finger
  • mara: arm of a tree, hair
  • marada: to crawl; walk on the hands
  • marda: place; former place; or the place before inhabited or spoken of
  • mardana: an acquaintance; friend; a person seen before
  • mardi: a scar; a sore healed up
  • mardoo: a tree bearing a yellow berry
  • marrga: space of twenty four hours; day
  • marrgada: to be fast; jammed in; to stick; pull tight
  • marnda: animal of the marsupial species
  • maroo: black paint; a mixture of the ashes of the grass tree and grease with which the natives ornament their faces
  • marri: name of fifth child if a male
  • marroogoo: name of the fifth child if a female
  • maoo winya: a lightly clouded sky; favourable to oppossum hunting
  • mida: a species of ant; or ant heap; the grubs of which the natives eat
  • midi: fast; firm; tight
  • midla: a wooden lever to throw spears with wommarra
  • midooloo: a species of fish; shellfish
  • mirla: bad; wicked; evil
  • milaga: a name of the seventh child if a female
  • milari: a kind of rushes; of which the natives make their net bags
  • milda: a kind of stone; slate
  • mildi: a sort of red ochre used for ornament
  • mili: name of the seventh child; if a male
  • mina: theft; a word that expresses the idea of hiding in a variety of ways
  • mina: small, little, young
  • mina: a species of stingray
  • mina moo: anything that one is not allowed to see; sacred
  • minada: to take away unseen; to steal
  • minara: a kind of eatable berry
  • minga: a shrub growing on the sandy coast; and bearing a pod similar to French beans
  • miniridi: to produce a humming sort of noise like the witarna
  • minoo: a shrub bearing an edible fruit
  • mirari: the Orion, a constellation
  • miraoodoo: to sprinkle oneself all over with sand to assuage one's thirst
  • mirrgaba: a person bereft of a relative; mourner
  • mirildi: a white delicate species of flower
  • mirinya yoora: a native; the reverse of mundultu yura; a European
  • moodhla: the extreme point of anything; point of land
  • moodlanoo: a large species of snake; carpet snake
  • moogoo: knot; knob; button; any round and hard substance
  • moorla: dry; dry land; terra firma
  • moolbada: to save; reserve; to rub out; cut; reap?
  • moolga: tear; cry; lamentation
  • moona: the net with which boys of the age of about sixteen or eighteen (pardnapa's) secure their hair; hat; cap
  • moonaga: name of the fourth child if a female
  • moondooldidi: to become a European or white man; to live in European manner
  • moonga: the layer or cover of an animal
  • mooni: a small black snake
  • mooni: name of the fourth child if a male
  • moonoo: a venomous sea animal; often found dead on the sea beach
  • moordi: salmon; a species of fish
  • mooribi: ebb tide; low water; shoal; sand bank
  • mooriri: in health; well; healthy
  • moowai: an edible kind of berry
  • moowaridi: to be employed in; to remain or stop
  • moondooldooridi: to become a European or white man; to live in European manner
  • nada: back; spine; ridge
  • naldyada: to feel about; grope; as in a hole for game
  • nambarni: a little while ago; this way; hither
  • nawoo: the national name of the native tribe inhabiting the country about Coffin's Bay
  • ngala: the thick part of the thigh
  • ngarlaga: the name of the ninth child if a female
  • ngarlayi: name of the ninth child if a male
  • ngaloo: shank; ham; the thick flesh inside of the upper leg
  • ngamba: an edible species of root
  • ngamidi: a female animal; having born young ones
  • ngamiri: orphan; person bereft of his parent
  • nganana: palate; roof of the mouth
  • ngandi: sunshine; light; the reverse of madla; shade
  • ngandiri: of different colours; spotted
  • nganga: interference in a quarrel; prevention of a fight; protection from aggression
  • nganga warda: a person interfering; preventing a fight; protector
  • nganini: who or what is it; was it
  • ngara: error; deception; falsehood; lie; wrong; astray
  • ngaradidi: to be clear; transparent; settle
  • ngarrgiri: head dress; the tying of the hair with an oppossum hair girdle
  • ngarngidi: a kind of shell; used for peeling roots
  • ngoobi: darkness; pitch dark night
  • ngoodlali: mother; a woman having born children
  • ngoodli: pouch of the kangaroo and other marsupial animals
  • ngooloogoo: the fat near the genitals of the kangaroo
  • ngoonidi: to motion with the hand; beckon to come
  • nida: spring; fountain
  • nilai: an edible species of root
  • nildini: a small species of snake
  • nimada: to pinch; touch; feel; squeeze
  • nimi: a species of fish
  • niri: a part of the abdomen
  • niyara: glutinous kind of berries; eaten roasted
  • noodla: the large bag carried by the woman
  • noodoo: false; incorrect; joking
  • noogoonoo: national name of a native tribe inhabiting the country about the head of Spencer's Gulf
  • noondoo: a shrub bearing an edible fruit; in the shape of beans; which the natives roast between heated stones
  • noordi: knapsack; net bag carried by men
  • noornigidi: to break the neck of an animal; extinguish its life
  • nooroo: a species of snake; black snake
  • oo: yes; just so
  • waba: a bunch of emu feathers; stuck as an ornament in the hair on the forehead
  • wabilya: better; restored to health
  • wabma: a species of snake; diamond snake
  • waboo: covered; hidden; cover
  • wadaga: side of the abdomen; flank
  • wadigoo: desert; inhospitable; waterless
  • wadla: tree; fallen timber; block
  • wadlada: to tell; say; communicate
  • wadli: wrong; incorrect
  • wadna: a species of bird; crane
  • wadna: boomerang used in Port Lincoln only for killing fish
  • wadniri: a kind of red berry growing on the beach; and of a sweet saltish taste
  • wadoo: shelter; wheather shore
  • waga: a small species of lizard
  • waga: the female sex
  • wagari: female kangaroo; doe
  • wai: probably
  • wayi: afraid; fear
  • wainbaridi: to feel forsaken; lonely; to long for
  • wala: a heap; multitude
  • walara: joyous; funny; droll; witty; intelligent
  • walga: protuberance; the protruding part of anything
  • walganidi: to protrude; rise; swell; be pregnant
  • walili: a species of fish; cod fish
  • walira: day; daylight; the reverse of malti
  • waloo: space between two objects; gap; interval; opening; in two; to pieces
  • walyari: a species of mouse or rat
  • wanha: which; what; where
  • wandooroo: a shrub with fine yellow blossoms
  • wara: Happy Valley
  • warra: out; far away; absent
  • wardadhi: south east coast and country
  • wari: about; hither and thither
  • warri: name of the second child; if a male
  • wariyi: a father bereft of his child
  • warnbi: one bereft of a near relative
  • warnbooyoo: a person bereft of his elder brother
  • warndoo: tree; billet of wood; dead root
  • wareri: about; hither and thither
  • wari: name of the second child; if a male
  • wawanda: right away; for a long period
  • wawoodoo: to waver; move from one side to the other
  • warrooyoo: name of the second child; if a female
  • wi: directly; this moment
  • wi: perhaps; may be
  • wiba: a species of ant
  • widarna: an oval piece of wood; about two feet long and four inches broad
  • widi: a term of reproach
  • widoorrgoo: stand to one side; get out of the way
  • wilara: bare; uncovered; naked
  • wilga: a domesticated wild dog; any domesticated animal; as a cat; etc
  • wilgoo: narrow; tight; straight; narrow strip
  • wili: want; hunger
  • wili: to be in want
  • wiloo: a species of eagle
  • wiloo: hearth; fire place
  • wimana: an interjection; expressing doubt or ignorance
  • wina: seaweed; any tough rushy plant fit for basket work
  • wina: large spear; fishing spear
  • winada: to plait; make basket work
  • winda: long; always; constantly
  • windi: angle; fishing hook
  • windoo: long; always; constantly
  • wini: fishing hook
  • wini: indeed; certainly
  • wininya: dry grass; any other soft matter to lie upon; bed
  • wininyidi: to put something underneath to lie upon
  • winma: thin; lean; poor
  • winnari: seaweed; any tough rushy plant fit for basket work
  • winni: angle; fishing hook
  • winoo: a red species of root
  • wira: bachelor; spinster; unmarried
  • wira: the air; ether; rain
  • wirada: to make the fire up; trim it
  • wirrba: a fence across a creek; to keep the fish in that have gone up with the tide
  • wirrbi: the place before a running fire; where the natives take their station to knock down the game disturbed by the flames
  • wirdi: the lower part of the spine
  • wirdoo: bundle; tied in a bundle
  • wirilbi: a person bereft of a relative
  • wooriyi: a father bereft of his child
  • ya: mouth
  • ya da: to hunt; pursue; persecute
  • ya-ata: to hunt; pursue; persecute
  • yabada: to suck; kiss; drink
  • yabi: a parasitical plant on the sheoak
  • yabmana: a species of tree or scrub
  • yabmara: a large species of fish; groper
  • yabmidi: to scold;. abuse; rebuke
  • yada: now; soon; directly
  • yadi: a long time ago
  • yaganya: the fat or thick part of the abdomen under the navel
  • yagara: level country; plain
  • yailba: an animal of the burrowing kind
  • yalbada: to hate; destine to death
  • yalbaridi: to hide oneUs self; shift; change place
  • yalbata: to hate; destine to death
  • yalda: crack; fissure; fold; wrinkle
  • yaldami: joke; false promise; lie; gammon
  • yalgada: to warm; stand near the fire
  • yalgala: a message of somebodyUs death
  • yaloo: duplicate *violent*
  • yanyanya: whisper; speaking in a low voice
  • yara: different; otherwise
  • yarrranda: name of the sixth child; if a female
  • yardi: smooth; without stones
  • yardla: the hide of the hind legs
  • yarrri: name of the sixth child; if a male
  • yarrri: tenacious of; stingy; greedy
  • yari: wind; feather; quill
  • yaridi: to be stingy; greedy; desire
  • yarli yanada: to put the tongue out; which is a common habit with the natives when something unexpected is said
  • yarndi: denotes the peculiar smell of oppossums
  • yarroo: only; merely; for nothing; or no reason
  • yaroodoo: to be hot; oppressed with heat
  • yoo landa: a species of yellow flower of a globular shape
  • yoodnoo: a small hole in the butt end of the spear for the hook end of the midla
  • yoogiridi: to shine black; to be painted with black paint
  • yoolgada: to flow over; weep; to well up
  • yoomari: name for a relative; mother-in-law; wife's mother
  • yoonoo: an edible species of root
  • yooridi: to vent one's rage upon; or to desire
  • yoorinidi: to have a mind to do something; wish; like
  • yooriyaba: attentive; tractable; aware; understanding
  • yoorni yaba: having one's thirst quenched; not thirsty
  • yooroo: chain of mountains; range
  • babidi: sire (MAL PARENT), especially the male Emu
  • barloo: burnt place or country
  • boolbalya: Mt Pulbalye, between Mt Dutton and Mt Greenly
  • boonaga gawoo: lake water, a native well in swampy and rushy ground
  • boorana: a waterhole with reported good land near Port Lincoln
  • boowana: salt-lake near Mt Greenly
  • dara: the fork of a man, hindquarter
  • gadyini: name for a female relative, grandchild & grandmother
  • gaga: the hair on the human body, as the breast
  • gagi: white cockatoo
  • gala: a species of wild duck, wood duck
  • gama: a species of fish, stingray
  • gari: to draw attention, here I say, mind
  • garnanyooroo: an animal building a nest of sticks to a great hight , yet not so high as the _kulli paru_
  • goobiri: a kind of kangaroo, red kangaroo
  • gooladi: butcherbird is same bird apparently
  • goolibaroo: a bird that builds its nest of sticks to the height of at least three feet
  • goolimbiri: the undulating country to westward of the Salt Lakes; Western Downs
  • gooyi: fish, in the dialect at Lake Wangary
  • idini: a species of frog
  • inada: to count, mention
  • inbanda: to place parallel; to measure
  • indinyana: protegee, client, a person to whom one has administered a sacred rite
  • maliri: exposed, bleak, cold
  • manda: licentious, wanton
  • marganidi: to remain over night; to remain one day
  • minada: to walk in a stooping posture, to creep along, steal upon game
  • moonda: netbag made of kangaroo sinews
  • nayiri: souls, spirits, manes
  • ngagooloo: the region between the nates, fork
  • ngaldai: a species of fish, barrcauda
  • ngandari: of different colours, spotted, green
  • ngandya: dear, sweet, pretty, mindful
  • ngari: germinating, grown and therefore unfit for eating as potatoes
  • ngoori: shallow, slight, lightly wounded
  • soowa: to draw attention or encourage as
  • wagoombala: an actor, in some native ceremony; a person administering a sacred rite
  • wagoonyoo: an actor, in some native ceremony; a person administering a sacred rite
  • walanya: flag, banner stuck on the end of a spear & used as a signal in hunting kauanna
  • walboonidi: to be strong, to be bound or costive [sic]
  • wanggoo: barren, not having children
  • wanyidi: to sooth [sic], lull to sleep by singing
  • waragada: name of the place where Goolgoodoo is reported to have speared Mr Dark
  • waroo: out, not at home
  • widloodoo: a woman whose elder brother is dead
  • wilgardi: the tail of a wild dog worn as an ornament round the head
  • wiri: throwing stick, waddy
  • yadarna: by degrees, little by little
  • yainga: a link of the vertebrae
  • yingada: to yell, make a warlike noise
  • yoomba: an actor in a native ceremony
  • yooni: stump, stem, root
  • balba: dry grass, rubbish
  • boornda: round stone, pebble, ball, pulp
  • galgaridi: to tremble, heave, feel great desire
  • idya: splinter, chip
  • ilgari: sky or ether, heaven
  • nagoongaridi: to be of dim sight, to be on the point of dying
  • ngamidi: a female animal, having born young ones, dam
  • ngoodada: to loosen, untie, break, applaud, make
  • waga: a small species of lizard
  • wagoombala: an actor, in some native ceremony; a person administering a sacred rite
  • widni: thin, small, on edge
  • yalbada: to hate, destine to death, appoint, determine uponů [sic]
  • yoolgada: to flow over, weep, swell up; to well up
  • yoolgada: to flow over, weep, swell up; to well up
  • baga: stunted, dwarf