What does doori mean in Aboriginal?

When “deadly” is wonderful

What does doori mean in Aboriginal?

When “deadly” is wonderful

Aboriginal word Language group Standard English or meaning
duri (doori, doot) Koorie sex
galah Yuwaalaraay red-breasted cockatoo
gammon Koorie, Yolngu & others pretending, kidding, joking
gibber Dharug stone, rock

What does Tidda mean?

Tidda: Means sister and can also be used when referring to female friends.

What does nulla mean in Aboriginal?

A waddy, nulla-nulla or boondi is an Aboriginal Australian hardwood club or hunting stick for use as a weapon or as a throwing stick for hunting animals. Waddy comes from the Darug people of Port Jackson, Sydney. Boondi is the Wiradjuri word for this implement.

What is the Aboriginal word for cloud?

Aboriginal Wordle – Word cloud – WordItOut.

What does torana mean in Aboriginal?

“to fly
Since then, Holden went on to release the Torana (Pictured at the top of this article) which means “to fly”.

What does Bunga mean in Aboriginal?

In Australia, boong, bong, and bung are highly offensive words for aborigines. In New Zealand, on the other hand, boonga, bunga, and boonie are slang terms for Pacific islanders.

What does gubba mean in Aboriginal?

white people
Gubbah, also spelt gubba, is a term used by some Aboriginal people to refer to white people or non-Aboriginal people. The Macquarie Dictionary has it as “n. Colloq. (derog.) an Aboriginal term for a white man”.

What does Unna mean in Aboriginal?

“isn’t it?
Unna: Popular among a number of Aboriginal-language groups, “unna” means “isn’t it?” For example, “That’s your deadly car, unna?”

What is a Bundi stick?

A Bundi is used as a digging & hitting stick, as well as a throwing stick to bring down large animals. Each bundi takes about 3 days to make, this does not include the time to go out and find them. These are not mass produced and are a one only specially made tool. Length is approx 50 cms.

What is a Laddy?

A laddie is a young man or boy. [mainly Scottish, informal]

How do you say love in Aboriginal?

(Click on the words to hear the spoken word!)…kesalul – I love you.

Mi’kmaw English Slow Phonetics
Kesalul I love you. Kesalul