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dc.contributor.authorSchultz, Chester-
dc.description.abstract‘Nangarang’ is not a Kaurna name, and no Kaurna name is known for this site. RM Berndt’s Ngarrindjeri informant Karlowan gave it around 1940 as the name of the coastal cave in which Tjirbuki finally laid to rest the smoke-dried body of his beloved nangari (nephew). The site is probably the same as Milerum’s coastal cave near the mouth of New Salt Creek, 6 km north of Cape Jervis (see PNS 5.4.2/01 ‘Yanawing’ and 5.4.2/02 ‘Watpardung’). In Ngarrindjeri the name means ‘place of the nephew (sister’s son)’.en
dc.publisherChester Schultzen
dc.subjectNgarrindjeri languageen
dc.subjectNew Salt Creeken
dc.subjectCape Jervis regionen
dc.subjectAboriginal place-namesen
dc.subjectSouth Australia geographyen
dc.subjectKaurna Warra Pintyandien
dc.title.alternativePlace Name Summary (PNS) 5.4.2/04en
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