A description of Ngiyamba:, the language of the Wana:ybuwan people of central western New South Wales
In the opinion of the remaining speakers of rigiyamba: this study was undertaken at least twenty years too late. Its central aim is to be as detailed and comprehensive as is now possible. Discussion of the phonology concentrates on those areas which posed most difficulties for orthographic representation. Some of this discussion is of wider interest, providing fuel for theoretical argument (the interpretation of diphthongs and certain long vowels as deriving from...[Show more]
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