Our word of the week is Yal-Goo.
According to the Vocabulary of the Narangga tribe of the Lower Yorke Peninsula (collected from George & Louisa Egginton, ca. 1899-1905), Yal-Goo means “leg”.
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It is important to note that these records were written in most cases about Aboriginal languages by non - Aboriginal people. For this reason, the written words may not accurately reflect the ways in which an oral language was spoken and transmitted.