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  • proper noun A people indigenous to New South Wales, Australia.
  • proper noun The language spoken by these people.

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Examples

  • Awabakal translates to "People of the flat country."

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  • Templates examples  The Volcano experience (March)  The Awabakal people (May)

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  • Awabakal people are Indigenous Aboriginal / Torres Strait Islanders who occupy the land embracing the present day city of Newcastle and surrounding suburbs on the East Coast of Australia.

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  • Templates examples  The Volcano experience (March)  The Awabakal people (May)

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  • (Uganda) [to a person who is working] Eyalama aswam Ateso (Uganda) [answer by a working person] Ebo nakonda Atikamekw (Montreal and Quebec Canada) Kwei Atuona (Marquesas Islands) Ka oha [Aukan, see Ndjuka] [Austrian, see German (Austria)] Awabakal (Australia) Ella Awabakal

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  • (Australia) Alla Awabakal (Australia) Wau Aymará (Bolivia, Peru, Chile) Kamisaraki?

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