Wind direction words in the Sydney Language: a case study in semantic reconstitution
The wind direction terms in the Sydney Language differ in the various sources (from the First Fleeters onwards), and at first sight look confused. After some sifting it emerges that the early sources fall into two sets partly relatable by a quarter-turn i
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