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- /jaraːman/ [jaˈraːman]
- equus (-i, masc.) || Animal specie Equus caballus.
- 1856: baiame gīr yārāman, būrumo, bundar, mūte, dūli, dīnoun, buralga, biloela, millimumul, gulamboli, kobado, mullion, guiya, nūrai, ŋundoba, burulu, muŋin, kānuŋo di gimobi. — Gurre Kamilaroi, William Ridley
- 1856: To the horse the blacks, by general consent, have given the name “yārămăn.” Of course, as no such animal was known here till we introduced them, we cannot give yārămăn as an Australian word. I know not its origin. —On the Kamilaroi Tribe of Australians and Their Dialect, William Ridley, in Journal of the Ethnological Society of London