E18: Minyangbal

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AIATSIS Code: 
E18
AIATSIS Reference name: 
Minyangbal

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Name
ABN Name
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ABS Name
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Horton Name
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Ethnologue name
Yugambal (Minjanbal)
ISO 639-3 code
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Tindale name
Minjungbal
Thesaurus heading
Minjungbal / Minyangbal language (E18) (NSW SH56-03)
Thesaurus heading language
Minyangbal language E18
Tindale (1974)
Minjangbal (valid variant heard at Woodenbong in 1938; ['minjung] = what; lit. 'people who say minjung,' ['mi:bin] = man), Minyung, Minyowa, Gendo (language name applied by adjoining people), Gando Minjang, Gan-dowal, Ngandowul, Cudgingberry (horde at Cudgen), Cood-jingburra.
O'Grady et al (1966)
Minyung, Minyowa, Boggangar
Glottocode
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Other sources
Minjangbal (Livingstone 1892) [Crowley 1978] Minyang, Minyangbal [Sharpe 2005:9]
Synonyms
Minjangbal
Yugambal
Minjanbal
Boggangar
Minyowa
Minyung
Wangerriburra
Minjungbal
Gendo
Gando Minjang
Gan dowal
Ngandowul
Cudgingberry
Cood jingburra
Comment
Language comment
References

Crowley, Terry. 1978. The Middle Clarence dialects of Bandjalang (Includes 1940s Bandjalang grammar by W. E. Smythe): Research and Regional Studies 12. Canberra: AIAS.
Crowley, Terry and Margaret Sharpe. 1996. Yugambeh-Bundjalung dialects. In An Introduction to the Yugambeh-Bundjalung language and its dialects. Armidale : The author.
Livingston, H. 1892. A Short Grammar and Vocabulary of the Dialect Spoken by the Minyu(g) people of New South Wales. In An Australian language as spoken by the Awabakal, the people of Awaba or Lake Macquarie editied by Fraser, John. Sydney: Charles Potter, Government Printer. Appendix p2-27.
Wafer, Jim, and Amanda Lissarrague. 2008. A handbook of Aboriginal languages of New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory. Nambucca Heads: Muurrbay Aboriginal Language and Culture Co-operative.

Status
Confirmed
Location
State
NSW
QLD
Location information
Byron Bay and Brunswick Rivers (Crowley 1978).
Maps
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Catalogue
Speakers
Speaker table
Oates 1973 Senate 1984 Schmidt 1990 Census 1996 Census 2001 NILS 2004 2005 estimate Census 2006
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Speaker NILS table
1-19 years 20-39 years 40-59 years 60+
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NILS endangerment grade
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Documentation
Document Score: 
3
Documentation table: 
Type Documentation Status Documentation Score
Word list Less than 20 pages 1
Text Collection Less than 20 pages 1
Grammar A few articles 1
Audio-visual None 0
Manuscript Note: 
tape transcription/field note available
Grammar: 
Livingstone, Hugh. 1892. A short grammar and vocabulary of the dialect spoken by the Minyug people on the north-east coast of New South Wales. In An Australian language as spoken by the Awabakal. ed. L.E Threlkeld, Appendix; 3-27.
Dictionary: 
Sharpe, Margaret. 2002. Dictionary of coastal Bundjalung : including Bandjalang, Wiyabal, Minyangbal and Ngahnduwal. Armidale, NSW: The Author. Sharpe, Margaret. 2000. Dictionary of Eastern Bundjalung including Minyanbal and Ngahnduwal , ms.
Programs
Activities: 
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People: 
Margaret Sharpe
Indigenous organisations: 
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Classification
Classification table: 
Source Family Group Sub-group Name Relationship
Ethnologue (2005) Pama-Nyungan Yugambal   Yugambal (Minjanbal)  
Dixon (2002)   CENTRAL EAST COAST GROUP   Minjangbal Bandjalang Cunningham (1969), Geytenbeek and Geytenbeek (1971), Crowley (1978) further dialects include: Yugumbir, Nganduwal, Minjangbal, Njangbal, Biriin, Baryulgil, Waalubal, Dinggabal, Wiyabal, Gidabal, Galibal, Wudjeebal
Wurm (1994)          
Walsh (1981)          
Oates (1975)          
Wurm (1972)          
O'Grady, Voegelin & Voegelin (1966) Pama-Nyungan Bandjalangic   Minjangbal