Datapoint Bandjalang (Yugumbir) / Hand and Arm

Language:Bandjalang (Yugumbir)
Feature:Hand and Arm by Cecil H. Brown
Value:Different

Examples

Sentence 2486:

ARM: kaŋgil

"arm, upper arm, wing of bird, whole arm (Ym-jc), upper arm and shoulder (Yw, Ywh), upper arm and bird's wing (TDjc); 'hand', others 'arm' (ATjo) " [emphasis supplied by chb]

jaruhn

"arm (with wrist); TDjo lists as 'hand'; arm, wing" [note that TDjo = Tweed River and Point Danger (Curr), specifically: O'Connor, J. 1887, Between Albert and Tweed Rivers, 232-233 in Curr, E.M. 1887, The Australian race. mELBOURNE: AGPS, 231-247]

jawin

"arm (GCm)"

HAND: daŋgan

"hand, fingers, thumb, five aslo 'five' (Yal); also 'fingers, toes' (Ywh)"

mala

"hand"; ‘daŋgan’ more common; ‘mala’ may be from another language.

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