English: come
Bundjalung: wamginy + -an.ga-
Part of Speech: verb
Related Words:
With same English translation:   -an.ga-, -angga-   bahn-, bahna-, bahn.ga-, bahrwa-, baya-, barga   banggi-   barahny-bunggi-   bay   baya-   baygalwan-   beh-   bugalwan-   bugalwen-   bulngarwan-   burdji-   buyuh-wan-   dalgayan-   deyulwan-   dulungwan-   gadjangwan-   gahgi-, gahga-   galama-   gandi-   garahyganwan-   gawarga-   gehga-   geyga-   gibingwan-   gidjiwan-   ginggi-   gumbiwan-   gumbunywan-   gungganbanywan-   guway   jangma-   janguywan-, janguywen- (Wa)   jangwan-   jawinywen-, jawunywan-   jigihnywan-   jihwarwan-   marwan-   midjungwan-, midjungwen-   nanmili-   nayi-   ngaguwan-   ngargahybi   nguhn.gali-   nguhn.guwi-   nguhwunywan-   ngurahmwen-   ningwan-   numbali-   numbuh-   numbuhnggi-   walanywan-   wamginy, wambin-   -wan   wan-, wana-, wara-   warahywan-   wen-, wen.ga-, wi-   werwa-   wumginy + -an.ga-   yahrum   -yan   yangbu   yanggiwa-   yanggiwa-, yan.giwa-   yangguwa-   yangguwa-, yangguwaba-   yangwen-   yargehnywan-   yawunwan-   yen.giwah!   yihba-  
Comment: Possibly wamgihny, and in some sources possibly wumginy. Y:Alln has 'bring'.
Gold Coast Tweed: Y:Sha:Culhm wamgihny; Y:Alln p r wungin , p wunginen , pf wunginendian , f wunginengala come (as "bring"
Example:

Bundjalung : wamgihny ngubu (from Tw:Curr:Bray, Nerang:Curr:Fowl)

English: 'coming tomorrow'

Example:

Bundjalung : Wamginyan.gah! (from Y:Sha:Culh)

English: 'Come here!'

Example:

Bundjalung : Wamginy wahlu gagahny! (from Y:Sha:Culh)

English: 'Come here!'

Example:

Bundjalung : Ngayu galgani jali guginymani, wamginyahn nyule. (from Y:Sha:Culh)

English: 'I chopped down the tree quickly, he came then.'


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