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Awabakal[+/-]

Makoro.
(Piscis.)

Formae aliae[+/-]

Nomen substantivum[+/-]

makoro

  1. piscis (-is, m.)

Declinatio[+/-]

nom. makoro
makoró
gen. makorokoba
dat. makororoko
makoráko
acc. makoro
abl. makorin
makorabirung
makoróa
makorába

Loci[+/-]

saec. XIX.

  • 1827, Specimens of a Dialect of the Aborigines of New South Wales, L. E. Threlkeld:
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Minnahring be unnoah tah‐tahn?
What is thou that eat —?
What is that thou eatest?
18
Mahkoro unne bahng tah‐tahn.
Fish this I eat —.
Fish is what I eat.
  • 1834: Ma‐ko‐ro, Fish, or a, or the Fish. — An Australian Grammar, L. E. Threlkeld
  • 1858, Language of the Australian Aborigines, L. E. Threlkeld, in Waugh’s Australian Alamanac for the year 1858:
ENGLISH. AUSTRALIAN.
Fish Makóro
  • 1886: Fish — — — makroo. — The Wonnarua Tribe and Language, Robert Miller, in The Australian race
  • 1898: Makroo, fish. — Customs of the Wannah‐Ruah Tribe, and their Dialect or Vocabulary, J. W. Fawcett, in Science