Talk:Wp/nys/Keny mia

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    • Boodjar - Country, land or earth
    • Boodjarak - or or linked to country, land or earth
    • Worl - sky
    • Wardan - ocean
    • Bilyak - river, steam or creek
    • Yarn - which is an interrogation of events or stories
    • Bibool waangk - books
    • Djinang - look
    • Maya waabiny - songs
    • Koolangar waabiny - kids playing
    • Koolangar Waangkiny - children talking or speaking
    • Kala- colours
    • Ngany - me and or I
    • Kaya - Greetings
    • Dardi - Good People
    • Footy - Football
    • Djindas - Stars
    • Noongarabiny - being located in what it means to be a Noongar or of Noongar
    • Birdiya - Elders
    • Moort - Family, kinship or relations
    • Wula - praise
    • Kooralong - connected to long long ago
    • Kitt-kitt - Wiki which is quick in english

    Noongar language[edit source]

    Shouldn't there be a page about the language on this wiki? Aarghdvaark (talk) 03:18, 20 May 2016 (UTC)[reply]

    Spelling of Kaya[edit source]

    "Kaya" is spelt Kaia in Minang dialect as suggested by Vernice Gillies

    I've updated English Wiktionary to link between these terms. See Wiktionary:kaya#Nyunga. — Sam Wilson 06:49, 22 August 2016 (UTC)[reply]

    CI?[edit source]

    What does it mean?

    "CI" is used several times on Mitch Ames (talk) 09:03, 13 May 2017 (UTC)[reply]
    Tracked down this: "A Chief Investigator (CI) ... is responsible for the intellectual, administrative and ethical aspects of a research project ... The ‘first-named’ or ‘lead’ chief investigator is designated as the key contact and the manager of the research project." I'll replace CI with Chief Investigator as CI is academic jargon. It looks like this explanation of Noongarpedia was taken from a grant application. Aarghdvaark (talk) 02:50, 14 May 2017 (UTC)[reply]