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WORDLISTS

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Flinder's Noongar (Nyungar) Word List (1801)

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Flinder's Noongar (Nyungar) Word List (1801)

P.P. King's Noongar Word List (1821)

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P.P. King's Noongar Word List (1821)

Vocabulary collected by Isaac Scott Nind 1826-1829 at King George's Sound

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Vocabulary collected by Isaac Scott Nind 1826-1829 at King George's Sound

Symmons 1842 Nyungar Grammar

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Symmons 1842 Nyungar Grammar

Daisy Bates on South West Dialects

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Daisy Bates on South West Dialects

George Fletcher Moores Wordlist

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PDF vocabulary pp 466 - 588, George Fletcher Moores Wordlist, 1884,[1] PDF vocabulary pp 466 - 588

Noongar Names for Plants (1983)

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Noongar Names for Plants (1983)

Murdoch University Nyungar Website

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Department of Education Guide on Spelling in Noongar

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Department of Education Noongar Spelling reference guide

Kaartdijin Noongar Language

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Kaartdijen Noongar Language Guide

Kipple Online Guide

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Kipple Online Guide

Noongar Boodjar Waangkiny guide

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Noongar Boodjar Waangkiny guide

Daisy Bates on South West Dialects

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Daisy Bates on South West Dialects

Digital Daisy Bates̝

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DICTIONARIES

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Noongar Dictionary by Rose Whitehurst

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http://www.noongarculture.org.au/noongar-dictionary-by-rose-whitehurst/

The Nyoongar Legacy by Bernard Rooney[2]

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Illustrated dictionary of the South-West Aboriginal language by Wilf Douglas[3]

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OTHER RESOURCES AVAILABLE IN LIBRARIES NATIONWIDE

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Ngiyan waarnk - References

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  1. Diary of ten years eventful life of an early settler in Western Australia : and also a descriptive vocabulary of the language of the Aborigines / by George Fletcher Moore. National Library of Australia, Trove. Retrieved 29 December 2017
  2. Bernard Rooney. "The Nyoongar Legacy". Batchelor Press (2011). ISBN 978 174131 232 4
  3. Wilf Douglas (1996)."Illustrated dictionary of the South-West Aboriginal language". Pub Edith Cowan University. Retrieved 22 April 2019