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Kamilaroi (pl: Kamilaroi vel Kamilarois)
- Quidam populus indigenus Australianus, Novae Cambriae Australiae.
- Lingua eius populi.
- (confusio) → Awabakal
- 1846: One of the dialects selected was that spoken by the natives who wander over the region bordering on Hunter’s River and Lake Maquarie [sic] (or on the coast, in about lat. 33° S). ... The name of Kāmilarai, it should be remarked, is that given to the people of this district (or rather, perhaps, to their language) by the natives of Wellington Valley. —United States Exploring Expedition: Ethnography and Philology, Horatio Hale
- 1856: (titulus:) Kamilaroi and other Australian languages, William Ridley
- 1892: The Walarai dialect differs only a little from the Kamalarai proper; so also the Wailwun, spoken by the Ngaiamba blacks; for this reason, and because they have the classification of the Kamalarai, these are regarded as only subdivisions of the great Kamalarai tribe. —An Australian Language, John Fraser
- 1993: (titulus:) A Reference Dictionary of Gamilaraay, northern New South Wales, Peter Austin