English: run with, run away with, take running, go away with
Bundjalung: gawandi-
Part of Speech: verb transitive
Related Words:
With same English translation:  
Comment: Run with something in the hands, run while holding something; from gawa(ri)- + -ndi 'do while carrying' suffix; probably from gawa(ri)- 'run': gawandi- imper., gawandehla, gawandehn term., gawandigi int. Wahlubal Gawandi- 'run with something in the hands', from gawari- + -ndi 'do while carrying'.
Gold Coast Tweed: Ydict kawandi-; Y:Holm:Logn gawandi imper, gawandila imperf, gawandin term, gawandigi int go away with, cf gawa (Holm gawa)
South West: Wa:Crowl ; Cas:Smy gawand-e, gawandenj ;
Example:

Bundjalung : Ngay gawandehny bilahru. (from Ca)

English: 'I'll run away with my spear.'


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