English: end
Bundjalung: jim, -djim
Part of Speech: noun, noun suffix
Related Words:
With same English translation:   bangba(h)-   baray   birbah, birbi   budjaram   bugalma-   bulahnde-   bulandeh   bulany   danggan baray   gahgi-, gahga-   gahndji-   -gan   gawunggan   -gay   -ga(h)   -ge   gehga-   gehgi-   geyga-   geyga-   guhnyin   gumbuny   gungahn   jaga-   jaguwa-   jahguma-   janggahy   jawga-   jawga-   jimbalangari   jimbalang, jimbaram, jimbelang, jimbilan   jimbaram   jinmir   juluya-   juruy   mangar-bah   mibinyahbu   mumga(h)-   murundang   nahr   ngandany   ngandjara- (nydj)   nguyan   nguyandjargan, nguyanbihnygan   nyimbuny   wandi-   wigah-   wulba(h)-, wulwa-   yanbihba-, yanbihnyma-  
Comment: Noun and suffix; Jimboomba 'sound end place'; jiman also listed as 'meat, flesh, muscle' (Y:Watsn).
Gold Coast Tweed: Ydict jim , -dhim; Y:Allen jimm end , Jimboomba place sound end; Y:Watsn dhim n & suf; Ngr:Gresty wongijimm tallowwood end (Beech Mt)
Condamine Upper Clarence: Gd:Geyt jim end;


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