Yan-nhangu Dictionary

Yan-nhangu Dictionary Journal Article

Voice of the Land (Federation for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Languages Corporation)

  • Author(s): James, Bentley
  • Published: 2011

Abstract: Yan-nhangu is a language spoken by about 15 people in the Crocodile Islands, off of the coast of the Northern Territory. The Yan-nhangu language belongs to the Yolngu Matha language group of the Yolngu people of Arnhem Land in northern Australia. The Yan-nhangu Language Team, which consists of both linguists and native speakers, is working to compile resources, including a dictionary, for the description of Yan-nhangu culture and the revitalization of Yan-nhangu language.

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James, Bentley, 2011, Yan-nhangu Dictionary, Journal Article, viewed 07 December 2021, https://www.nintione.com.au/?p=4521.

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