English: you (singular)
Bundjalung: wahlu
Part of Speech: pronoun
Related Words:
With same English translation:   wahlu   wahlu   wudjah  
Comment: In all but Minyangbal used for both transitive and intransitive subject; Minyangbal has wih/weh for intransitive subject.
Gold Coast Tweed: Y:Sha:Culhm; Y:Holm; Y:Alln wallo nom., wani acc., wonga gen. your, yours, wallaba to, wongago for, wongabaia with, wongabano from; M:Sc warlo thou; Y:Hanln wahloo;
Condamine Upper Clarence: GN:Mathew walu thou
Example:

Bundjalung : Wahlu jagul, windjigahl wahlu? (from Y:Sha:Culh)

English: 'You're a stranger, where are you from?'


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