English: somewhere, where?
Bundjalung: windji (winydji), yindji (yinydji)
Part of Speech: locative interrogative
Related Words:
With same English translation:  
Category: location
Comment: cf. wunda (possibly wundja).
Gold Coast Tweed: Y:Sha:Culhm winyjigu; Holm:Monsl winji; M:Liv inji, winji; inji-go where to, inji-g
Example:

Bundjalung : Yindjigu wiya? (from Holm:Mons)

English: 'Where are you going to?'

Example:

Bundjalung : Yindjigal wiya? (from Holm:Mons)

English: 'Where are you coming from?'

Example:

Bundjalung : Yindjigu wiya? (from Holm:Mons)

English: 'Where are you going?'

Example:

Bundjalung : Windji wahlu? (from Holm:Mons)

English: 'Where are you going?'

Example:

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

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


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