G49: Kok Narr

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AIATSIS Code: 
G49
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Kok Narr

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Kok-Nar
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Thesaurus heading language
Kok Narr language G49
Thesaurus heading (old)
Kok Nar people (G29) (Qld)
Tindale (1974)
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O'Grady et al (1966)
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Other sources

Gog Nar, Kundara (Roth 1899), Gog-Nar (Keen) [Breen 1976:243], Koko-Nari [Keen pMS 908], Koko-Nar [Sommer 1972], Kuk-Nar [Breen MS 828], Kok-Nar [Black MS 462], Kuk-Narr, Kuuk-Nhang [Breen], Kok Narr [Dixon 2002]

Synonyms
Kok Narr
Koknar
Gog Nar
Kok Nar
Kuku Nar
Gugu Nar
Kok-Narr
Gug-nar
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References

Black, Paul. [1999-2007]. The Kokoberrin and their languages. (MS 4584)
Breen, Gavan. 1976. An introduction to Gog-Nar. In Peter Sutton (ed.), Languages of Cape York, pp. 243-259. Canberra: AIAS. (B S967.55/L1)
Breen, Gavan. 1976. Gugadj and Gog-Nar: a contrastive sketch. In Peter Sutton (ed.), Languages of Cape York, pp. 151-164. (B S967.55/L1)

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The Nar language was spoken on the Staaten River, in the south-western part of the Cape York Peninsula. Its neighbours included Gogo-Bera on the north, the Kunjen dialects of the east and Gunggara and related dialects on the south (Breen 1976:243).
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