English: where
Bundjalung: yila, yilah
Part of Speech: interrogative locative
Related Words:
With same English translation:   baluna   -bihny   bunaw(gan), bunawah   dirahnggan   gahnyula   gulumu   gundulbunbi, gundulbunbi(-be)   jahnu   jigindjay, jiginydjay   jih   jiya   jiyah   ju   jugan.gu   mangga   ngarihngbina (?)   ngihmbani   ngihmbari   nyirgi-gu   -nyun, -nyan   waydjang (waydjung, wahdj-)   windji (winydji), yindji (yinydji)   windjigahl, yindjigahl (nydj)   windjigu   wudjebah   wunda   wundjigal   wundjigu   yihlama-   yihny   yil-   yila (Bj), yile (Ny), yili (M)   yilahgu   yile   yile, yili, yila   yindjagu, yindjigu (nydj)   yindje   yindjigahl, windjigahl (nydj)   yindji, windji   yindji, windji (nydj)   yindju   yinyu   yuhn  
Category: location
Comment: Any direction, corresponds to galah series.
South West: Wa:Crowl; We:Gordn yile;
Condamine Upper Clarence: Gd:Geyt yil; Gn:JMathew yila baigal 'where are the blacks'
Example:

Bundjalung : Yilah wudja yan.gahla? (from G)

English: 'Where are you going?'


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