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dc.contributor.authorSchultz, Chester-
dc.descriptionAnalysis of the etymology of Tainbarangken
dc.description.abstractAlthough the mouth and estuary area of the Onkaparinga River was part of Kaurna Language Country in the 1830s, no Kaurna name for it is definitely known. But Tayinbariangk or Tainbarangk was a name used by the Ramindjeri and Ngarrindjeri for the whole estuary, loosely described as ‘Port Noarlunga’, up to the western edge of the ‘Horseshoe’ loop of the river at Old Noarlunga. It is probably a fully-Ngarrindjeri name which means ‘place of arriving’.en
dc.publisherChester Schultzen
dc.subjectOnkaparinga River mouthen
dc.subjectKaurna languageen
dc.subjectRamindjeri languageen
dc.subjectNgarrindjeri languageen
dc.subjectOnkaparinga River estuaryen
dc.subjectPort Noarlungaen
dc.subjectAboriginal place namesen
dc.title.alternativePlace Name Summary (PNS) 4.02/02en
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