About palawa kani, Tasmanian Aboriginal language

Palawa Kani – Mutton Birding

Please select from the audio below to listen waranta tapilti tayaritja-tu - we go to the islands mulaka yula!- hunting muttonbirds yula pinika wurangkili-ti - muttonbirds fly in the sky yula ringina-ti - mutton bird in the burrow. pliri ningina yula mapali - the boy got lots of muttonbirds. ningina kuwara off - get the feathers off luwana rukiri lurana paya- the girls cuts two legs. rukiri open yula - cut open the muttonbird. Read more

palawa kani – Fire & Strong Waters

putiya pumili patrula! -Don't make fire! patrula mapali pungkatina-ti -Many fires in the bush. patrula milangkani- The fire grows. putrula withikitha- The flames are high. nara tiyuratina. - It's windy. rralanalungata taypani - A storm is coming. kawinrika nawama? - Hear the thunder? nipakawa withikitha - The waves are high. layna rrala-warr! - Strong current!! Read more

palawa kani Sentences – Invasion Day

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Palawa Kani Sentences – Summer Season

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palawa kani sentences – Spring Season

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palawa kani sentences – Generation Cup

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