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Re: Australian Aboriginal Word Game

Posted: 2017-12-07, 18:53
by dEhiN
Woiwurrung: dhalabi-gurn
the internal area of the throat

Re: Australian Aboriginal Word Game

Posted: 2017-12-07, 20:44
by księżycowy
Wait, I have to interrupt for a moment to ask, are you learning a AAL now? Or just keeping the game moving?

Re: Australian Aboriginal Word Game

Posted: 2017-12-07, 20:52
by vijayjohn
Warlpiri: manjarnmanjarn-mani
to stick together or irritate them as smoke does to the eyes

Re: Australian Aboriginal Word Game

Posted: 2017-12-07, 21:09
by księżycowy
And now I have to ask who we're irritating, and how the is related to the inside of someone's throat?

And fuck it, I'm back in. :lol:

Kaytetye: ahenge
angry

Re: Australian Aboriginal Word Game

Posted: 2017-12-07, 22:39
by vijayjohn
księżycowy wrote:And now I have to ask who we're irritating, and how the is related to the inside of someone's throat?

You're not irritating anyone! But the inside of someone's throat certainly can be irritated like smoke. (Like my throat, now :twisted: Lol jk I'm not that badly off rn)
And fuck you it, I'm back in. :lol:

Fuck you it? :lol:
Kaytetye: ahenge
angry

Warlpiri: murrururruru
hornet, wasp, insect species

Re: Australian Aboriginal Word Game

Posted: 2017-12-07, 23:06
by księżycowy
Obviously I meant "fuck it." :P

Re: Australian Aboriginal Word Game

Posted: 2017-12-08, 1:32
by dEhiN
księżycowy wrote:Wait, I have to interrupt for a moment to ask, are you learning a AAL now? Or just keeping the game moving?

Keeping the game moving. I used a mix of Wikipedia and Wiktionary (via Google) to find an AAL and then find a word that would work.

Re: Australian Aboriginal Word Game

Posted: 2018-03-01, 7:19
by atalarikt
vijayjohn wrote:Warlpiri: murrururruru
hornet, wasp, insect species

Wagiman: burbur
wing

Re: Australian Aboriginal Word Game

Posted: 2018-03-04, 21:13
by księżycowy
Arrernte: (u)thipe
bird, bat, flying creature

Re: Australian Aboriginal Word Game

Posted: 2018-04-23, 7:24
by vijayjohn
Warlpiri: gurngga (not sure of spelling)
kookaburra