Definitions

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  • proper n. An Australian Aboriginal people of New South Wales.
  • proper n. Their language or dialect.
  • adj. Of the Euahlayi people or language.

Etymologies

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From a Pama-Nyungan language.

Examples

  • In attempting to evangelise an Euahlayi black fellow, we should not begin by threats of damnation, and by railing accusations against his god,

    John Knox and the Reformation

  • Euahlayi tribe in New South Wales, use in crystal gazing.

    The Clyde Mystery a Study in Forgeries and Folklore

  • In attempting to evangelise an Euahlayi black fellow, we should not begin by threats of damnation, and by railing accusations against his god, Baiame.

    John Knox and the Reformation

  • Aboriginal people to oppose Rudd's bid for Australia to join the UN Security Council Michael Anderson, cofounder of the Aboriginal Embassy and leader of the Euahlayi nation in northwest New South Wales has called for Aboriginal people and nations to lobby internationally against Australia's nomination to the UN Security Council.

    Sydney Indymedia - Comments

  • Goodooga, northwest NSW, 3 April 09 -- Euahlayi leader and Aboriginal Embassy founder in 1972, Michael Anderson, says he's disappointed at the ignorance of Carmel Tebbutt when she failed to answer a question about permitting the destruction of Aboriginal sacred and significant sites.

    Sydney Indymedia - Comments

  • Aboriginal people to oppose Rudd's bid for Australia to join the UN Security Council Michael Anderson, cofounder of the Aboriginal Embassy and leader of the Euahlayi nation in northwest New South Wales has called for aboriginal people and nations to lobby internationally against Australia's nomination to the UN Security Council.

    Sydney Indymedia - Comments

  • Michael Anderson, cofounder of Aboriginal Embassy and leader of the Euahlayi nation in northwest New South Wales said today:

    Sydney Indymedia - Comments

  • Goodooga, northwest NSW, 26 November - Euahlayi activist Michael Anderson says the organisation being put together by Tom Calma totally ignores the more aggressive Aboriginal voices and will have prominent conservative Aborigines as key stakeholders.

    Indymedia Ireland

  • "The major political parties in Australia clearly understand that the Aboriginal population within the next five years has the potential to change the face of governments," Mr Anderson, who leads the Euahlayi clan, says.

    Sydney Indymedia - Comments

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