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- Quiddam nomen.
- 1770: Indians came over again today, 2 that were with us yesterday and two new ones who our old acquaintance introduc'd to us by their names, one of which was Yaparico. — Joseph Banks
- 1901: When on the Endeavour River in 1770, Lieutenant Cook describes the name of one of the natives as Yaparico: this family name still exists under the guise of Yaborego, and is derived from a particular spot in the neighbourhood of Cape Flattery. — Walter E. Roth, The Structure of the Koko-Yimidir Language
- 1974: People at Hope Vale can still remember at least one old man who lived long ago on the McIvor River who was known as ngamu yaaburrigu (“Old man Yaaburrigu”) — John Beard Haviland, A Last Look at Cook's Guugu Yimidhirr Word List, in Oceania