Djinang and Djinba : a grammatical and historical perspective
The Djinang language is the western-most member o-f the "Yolngu" language group. It is spoken by approximately 250 Aboriginal people living in the vicinity of Ramingining, a settlement on the mainland about 20 kilometres south of the Crocodile Islands. Most Djinang speakers live either a t Ramingining» or a t one of several o u tstatio n s, all of which lie within about 30 kilometres of Ramingining. A few Djinang speakers live at Maningrida, and at Milingimbi; and a few women have married...[Show more]
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