English: foot, feet, handle of implement
Bundjalung: jinang
Part of Speech: noun
Related Words:
With same English translation:  
Category: body_part
Comment: Smythe also lower leg, also 'thumb, big toe, handle', jinangi acc. (Holmer), plural jinangbil Wa.
Gold Coast Tweed: M:Liv jennung; junang handle; M:Sc:Brunswk chinong foot , toes; Ng:Tw:Curr:Bray chinnung foot; Ng:Sc:TweedR:Bray chinung; Ng:Sc:Mur:Martn chinung ; Y:Sha:Culhm jinang foot , big toe , thumb; Y:Holm foot , acc. jinangi; Y:Allen jen
Lower Richmond: Bj:TMcD:Cowln jinang; Bj:Holm djinang; cf Kattang jina , Th dina; Wi:Lism:Curr tchinnong; Wi:Curr:Richmd chinnung; Ny:Curr:Ballina chinnang;
South West: Wa:Crowl; We:Gordn; Cas:Smy djinang foot, lower leg;
Condamine Upper Clarence: Gd:Geyt; Gd:Sc:JThomas UClarnce chenung foot; Gd:Calley ji:nung, dj ? nung foot, dji:nung toe; Gn:Mathew dyinang
Example:

Bundjalung : Yanah ngali burigalingah jinangbu. (from W)

English: 'Let's go to Pretty Gully on foot.'

Example:

Bundjalung : Banggahla ngadju ngayal jinanggu. (from W)

English: 'I'm stamping the ground with my feet.'

Example:

Bundjalung : Jinang nganyah gala bulidjuni mahnyulu gudjandu. (from W)

English: 'I bumped my feet on the stones.'

Example:

Bundjalung : jinang-gubih (from G)

English: 'shoes'

Example:

Bundjalung : jahdjamah jinang (from M:Li)

English: 'a boy's foot'

Example:

Bundjalung : Ngayu ginahny (sic) jinang bandahngu. (from M:Li)

English: 'I will make a handle for the tomahawk.'

Example:

Bundjalung : Kaybima junang (sic). (from M:Li)

English: 'Make another handle.'


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