English: she
Bundjalung: nyahn
Part of Speech: pronoun
Related Words:
With same English translation:   bandal   bandeh, bandi   ban.giny   bayagan   bilang, bilanggah   buba   bubeh   bubidjan, bubigan (buhbi-?)   bular   bundjima-   dagin   dih-dih   dili, jila   diman   ding-ding   ding-ding   dingdingin   dugum   dugunum   dulun   galgar, galga   gayahny   gulihl   gumbiny   gumbuny   gumbunywan-   gurabu   gurulbu, gurabu   guwam (?)   janehr   jihmbang   jila, dili   jimbang   jimbang   julim, julin   -lur(u), -lu   muhruy   muruhny   muruny   ngihrgin   nginarugan, nginarun   ngirihny   nguyagal   niril   nyahn.gan, nyahgan   nyimdjar   nyugam, nyugan   nyulagan, nyulegan   walanywan-   wuran.gir   yugari  
Comment: Listed as female, cf. nyahn.gan 'she' in Wa, etc.; this form is present in other languages, and appears to be the older form for 3rd person singular feminine.
Gold Coast Tweed: Y:Hanln n'yahm female , n'yahler her


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