English: Coojingburra clan
Bundjalung: gudjihnbar
Part of Speech: proper noun
Related Words:
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Category: people
Comment: the Fingal clan of the Ngahnduwal (Minyangbal) dialect, inhabiting the coast between the Tweed and Brunswick Rivers; derives name from gudjin 'red'; where people got red pigment for corroborees including man-making (gibar) ceremonies and ritual fighting adornments.
Gold Coast Tweed: M:Fingl Coodjingburra; Ng:Sc:Cudgn blacks at Cudgen who are called Cudgingberry


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