English: sister
Bundjalung: jidja
Part of Speech: noun
Related Words:
With same English translation:   bahbany, bahbuny   bandjadjagan   baridjang   buhrdjam   gidja   jidja   jirun(y)   muyum   muyumgan   nanahng   ngaruny   nyaruny   nyubanggan   nyubang, nyubangdjar   nyugun   wabuny, wabunygan   wadjung, wadjangbir   wadjung, wadjang, wayung   waringehn   waringgir   yirbung   yirgahng, yilgahng  
Category: people
Comment: From English (?), the medial /dj/ was heard as a fricative dh (Holmer) cf. Kattang jiyagan.
Lower Richmond: Bj:Holm djidja , K> djijagan


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