Dhudhuroa


Dhudhuroa

infobox language
name=Dhudhuroa
region=North-eastern Victoria, Australia
extinct=Early 20th century
familycolor=Australian
fam1=Pama-Nyungan
iso2=aus

Dhudhuroa is an extinct Australian Aboriginal language of north-eastern Victoria. As it is no longer spoken, Dhudhuroa is primarily known today from written material collected by R. H. Mathews from Neddy Wheeler.

References

*cite journal |author=Blake, Barry J. |coauthors=Julie Reid |year=2002 |title=The Dhudhuroa language of northeastern Victoria: a description based on historical sources |journal=Aboriginal History |volume=26 |pages=pp. 177–210
*cite journal |author=Mathews, R. H. |year=1909 |title=The Dhudhuroa language of Victoria |journal=American Anthropologist |volume=11 |issue=2 |pages=pp. 278–284 |doi=10.1525/aa.1909.11.2.02a00100


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