English: where at?
Bundjalung: yindje
Part of Speech: interrogative locative
Related Words:
With same English translation:  
Category: location
Comment: Yindje-gahl 'where from?'; how ... do?' (with verb gini-); 'how ... is?' (with verb ginggi), yindje-ny 'where from?', yindje-nu-bah 'from where to where?', yinyu 'where? (plural; also nonlocative uses: with gini- 'do' means 'how ... do', with ginggi- 'be like it' means 'how .. is' and may be followed by another verb.
Condamine Upper Clarence: Gd:Geyt
Example:

Bundjalung : Yindje wahng malehny ngali? (from G)

English: 'Where shall we work?'

Example:

Bundjalung : Yindjegahl ngaruny? (from G)

English: 'Where have you come from, Aunty?'


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