English: low
Bundjalung: muhrgalang
Part of Speech: adjective
Related Words:
With same English translation:   bala   balaba-   bala, balay, bala(y)   bale   baluba-, baluma-   bambi- (?)   bandjar, banydjar   bawul   bigin   bihm-bim   bilirgan (bilergan?)   budjabuyay   budjarbiny, budjarbin(y)   budjay-budjay, budjabuyay   buhmbi-   bumba-   buyu   dabu-dabu   dimbul   gadjilahny   gahgilima-   galahng   galuhl   ganybi-   gawari-, gohri-   gehrang   gibar   girayir, gireh   gubun   gubung   gunihba-   guygahr   jabum   jalalah   jalngay bahram   jambar   jandjehr   jawga-   jigala   judje   juhla-   julim-julim   juluhgal   junbar   junbargal   junbarma-   jundjehr (?)   juwi   juy   juyah   mage   magirbal   mandang   mangah   midjihn   midjin   migany   muli   muyum   nawalih-gubih   nayiny, ngahny (?)   ngagam-ngagam   ngahny   ngambuhni-, ngambuhnggi-   ngambuhr   ngambuhrma-   nuruy   nyimbuny   nyula, nyule   wanahnden   wangara   wangay   wayilahr   widjagang   wudjamahmbura   wudjarbiny   wulugali   wunang   yagara-   yanbihba-, yanbihnyma-   yirihng  
Comment: Possibly mulgalang 'short' or variant l/r in mul, or murgalang.
Gold Coast Tweed: Y:Hanln moorgalung low


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