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Names of Fruits in N. S. Wales
Of the above, such as have an h over
them are the names of flowers bearing honey
in sufficient quantity to render them notorious
to the natives. The rest of them    Wȧrıwéar
gives the general name of Wıgí̇ to; which I
have great reason to believe signifies a berry
as I know most of the bushes, all of which
bear berries which the natives eat. I think
it also probable that some of the above may be
called by two or more different names.
Terminations &c of Verbs
·Káŋabānye· ·She (or he) will wash you·
·Píyıbaouwíŋa· ·They will beat me·