1Codes as introduced by Radcliffe-Brown 1930:39.
2As published by Aboriginal Land Commission 1982:26.
3 Spencer & Gillen 1968 :90-1 and 1904:100-1.
The Walbiri at Phillip Creek also use another set of subsection terms in connection with young people, terms probably borrowed from the neighbouring Yanmadjari tribe. (Meggitt 1962:165)
[additional to §10 'Kinship terminology' of
the Grammatical Preface to
VOCABULARY OF THE WARLMANPA LANGUAGE]
In the Walpari tribe … a man who belongs to the same class as the woman's father-in-law, and is called Kulkuna'Among the above, jajana 'mother's mother('s brother)', wankilina 'cross cousin', papartina 'elder brother', and kungurnina 'junior sibling' are Warlmanpa kin terms; the first three stems are also Warlpiri but Warlpiri does not add the -na suffix as much.
'Thathana, the equivalents of the Ipmunna;
Wankillina or mother's brother's sons;
Papertina and Kukernina, elder and younger brothers;
Kullakulla, the equivalents of the Unawa of the Arunta' (Spencer & Gillen 1968 :95)
See also Gladys Brown's kinship page
Warlmanpa vocabulary introduction
© 2015 David NashCreated 26 April 2002