Yugambeh body parts
The Yugambeh Aboriginal language is spoken between the Logan and Tweed Rivers in South-East Queensland – there are several dialects across the language Nation including Gugingin, Bullongin, Wangeriburra, Munanjali, Kombumerri, Migunberri, Birinburra and Minjungbal.
Yugambeh has shared words with neighbouring languages of Bundjalung to the South, Yuggera to the North and Yuggerabul to the West. Yugambeh has also been recorded as Yugumbir, Yugum, Yoocum, etc.
The following list identifies parts of the body and their suggested pronunciation.
Note: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages were oral-based; there may be several variations in spelling and pronunciation. The following list should be seen as a guide - check with local language speakers as to the preferred local pronunciation.
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Learn more about Yugambeh!
Listen to the National Anthem sung in Yugambeh language: www.youtube.com/watch?v=jd1EJVdmUO0
For more Yugambeh wordlists as well the Yugambeh Language App, visit Yugambeh Museum’s website: www.yugambeh.com
State Library of Queensland
For further information on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages at the State Library of Queensland, please contact:
Queensland Memory, State Library of Queensland
Stanley Place, South Brisbane Qld. 4101.
PO Box 3488, South Brisbane Qld. 4101.
t: (07) 3840 7666 f: (07) 3842 9126