Yugambeh


Yugambeh

Yugambeh may refer to:
*Yugambeh people
*Yugambeh language


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  • Yugambeh — noun An Australian aboriginal language, spoken by peoples living on what is roughly now the Gold Coast in South East Queensland …   Wiktionary

  • Yugambeh language — Infobox Language name=Yugambeh region=Queensland, Australia speakers=? iso2=aus iso3=yub familycolor=Australian fam1=Pama Nyungan script=Latin alphabetYugambeh (many other names; see below) is an Australian aboriginal language spoken by the… …   Wikipedia

  • Bilin Bilin — (* 1820; † 1901) war ein Elder (Älterer) der Yugambeh Aborigines im südöstlichen Queensland. Er erhielt von den britischen Kolonialisten eine sogenannte King plate (Königsplakette), ein Hoheitszeichen beziehungsweise Regalie für einen König.… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • History of Gold Coast, Queensland — Aboriginal history= Archaeological evidence suggests that Aboriginal people had inhabited the Gold Coast region for around 23,000 years before European settlement. By the early 1800s there were eight distinct family groups living between the… …   Wikipedia

  • Yuin–Kuric languages — Yuin–Kuric Geographic distribution: New South Wales, ACT, and SE Queensland, Australia Linguistic classification: Pama–Nyungan Yuin–Kuric Subdivisions: Yuin Kuri …   Wikipedia

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  • Pama-Nyungan languages — Infobox Language family name=Pama Nyungan familycolor=Australian region= Victoria River, Northern Territory fam1= Macro Pama Nyungan fam2=Greater Pama Nyungan child1 = Yolŋu Matha child2 = Pama Maric child3 = Nyawaygic child4 = Waka Kabic child5 …   Wikipedia

  • Nerang River — View south at Surfers Paradise, 2007 Origin McPherson Range Mouth Gold Coast Broadwater …   Wikipedia

  • Mullumbimby, New South Wales — Mullumbimby New South Wales …   Wikipedia

  • King plate — King plates were a form of regalia used in pre Federation Australia by white colonial authorities to recognise local Aboriginal leaders. The plates were metallic crescent shaped plaques worn around the neck by important Aborigines.Aboriginal… …   Wikipedia