Ngadjuri

The Ngadjuri language lies in the mid north of the state of South Australia. It extends from near Gawler and further north to Burra, Jamestown, Peterborough, Orroroo etc.

Ngadjuri lies east of the Nukunu language, north of the Kaurna language, south of Yadliyawara and west of the Wilyakali language.

AIATSIS id : L.05

Variations

Aluri, Alury, Boanawari (term meaning 'bat people,' and linked with circumcision; term applied by eastern groups), Burra Burra or Abercrombie group (two names for one group), Doora, Eeleeree, Eura (general term for several groups), Hillary, Hilleri, Manu, Manuley, Manuri (Nganguruku term, means 'big goanna people'), Manuri (Nukunu term, claimed to mean inland people), Mimbara (name of the northernmost group), Monnoo, Ngadhuri, Ngadjuri (used by AIATSIS), Ngadluri, Ngadyuri, Ngaluri, Ngarluri, Weera, Wiramaya, Wirameju ('wira’ = gum tree, ‘meju’ = men, lit. gum forest men), Wirameyu, Werra, Wirra, Wirra-maya, Wirramayo, Wirrameyu, Yilrea, Youngye (name of language).

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Ngadjuri Picture Dictionary 2007-2007

The purpose of this project was to develop a picture dictionary of Ngadjuri, utilising existing documentation of the language to produce a resource that will be accessible to the community…

Ngadjuri history, culture and language 2005

This project, undertaken by the Ngadjuri Walpa Juri Lands & Heritage Association in 2005 produced book on history, culture & language entitled 'Ngadjuri'

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Ngadjuri Picture Dictionary 2007-2007

The purpose of this project was to develop a picture dictionary of Ngadjuri, utilising existing documentation of the language to produce a resource that will be accessible to the community and school programs.

Ngadjuri history, culture and language 2005

This project, undertaken by the Ngadjuri Walpa Juri Lands & Heritage Association in 2005 produced book on history, culture & language entitled 'Ngadjuri'

DISCLAIMER:

The locations of the languages of SA, as stated on the this website, are based on the 1994 AIATSIS published Horton map. They are not intended for Land Claim use, and are an approximate guide only. Individual language project locations are based on information from publicly available MILR (ILS) documents.