Y84: Kuku Thaypan

 How to use this field
AIATSIS Code: 
Y84
AIATSIS Reference name: 
Kuku Thaypan

tab group

Name
ABN Name
-
ABS Name
-
Horton Name
-
Ethnologue name
Thaypan
ISO 639-3 code
typ
Tindale name
Laia
Thesaurus heading language
Kuku Thaypan language Y84
Thesaurus heading (old)
Kuku Thaypan / Gugu Dhayban language (Y84) (Qld SD54-16)
Tindale (1974)
Koko Laia, Kokowara (Koko-jelandji term, means poor or bad speech), Coo-coo-warra.
O'Grady et al (1966)
Glottocode
thay1248
Other sources
Wu-Laya, Laya, Awu-Alaya (Rigsby) [Alpher 2006.p.c.]
Synonyms
Thaypan
AghuLaia
AkuLaia
Ambaram
Angandjan
Arlga
Awurangung
BarimanCutinma
Bariman Cudhinma
Barimangudinma
Barinangndinma
Barinman Guthinma
Cocobathan
Coo coo warra
Daiban
Gugu Dhayban
Jadeneni
Jeteneru
Jetieneru
Koko Laia
Kokowara
Koogabatha
Kookoobathy
Kuku Taipan
Laia
Ompindamo
Owynggan
Parimankutinma
Parinman Gutinma
Purangunuma
Taipan
Taypan
Wurangung
Yadaneru
Yananeru
Dhayban
Wu Laya
Laya
Awu Alaya
Awu-Laya
Comment
Language comment
References

Alpher, Barry. 2016. Connecting Thaypanic. In Verstraete, Jean-Christophe and Diane Hafner (eds) Land and language in Cape York Peninsula and the Gulf Country. Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publishing Company.
Oates, Lynette F. 1975. The 1973 supplement to a revised linguistic survey of Australia. Armidale: Armidale Christian Book Centre.
Roth, Walter Edmund. 1898. Social and individual nomenclature among certain North Queensland Aborigines. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Queensland 13:39-50.
Schmidt, Erica. 2005. The Verbal System in Awu Alaya, a Thaypanic Language of the Cape York Peninsula. Department of Linguistics and Applied Linguistics, University of Melbourne: BA (Hons). (MS 4442).
Tindale, Norman B. 1974. Aboriginal tribes of Australia: their terrain, environmental controls, distribution, limits, and proper names. Berkeley: University of California Press/Canberra: Australian National University Press.

Status
Confirmed
Location
State
QLD
Location information
Thaypan people and language were down off the range to its north in the Saltwater Creek and Morehead River drainages (Rigsby 2007 p.c.) The country of the Thaypanic people includes the Princess Charlotte Bay hinterland, extending from around New Bamboo, Violet Vale, and Musgrave Station in the west, to the Normanby and Laura Rivers in the east, to around Laura in the southeast, inlcuding much of present-day Lakefield National Park (Rigsby in Schmidt 2005:6)
Maps
-
Catalogue
Programs
Activities: 
A documentation project funded by Hans Rausing Endangered Languages Project is carried out from December 2006 to December 2009 (http://wwwling.arts.kuleuven.be/fll/hrelp/).
People: 
Bruce Rigsby, Ang-Gnarra Aboriginal Corporation
Speakers
Speaker table
Oates 1973 Senate 1984 Schmidt 1990 Census 1996 Census 2001 NILS 2004 2005 estimate Census 2006
exist - - - - - 2 -
Speaker NILS table
1-19 years 20-39 years 40-59 years 60+
- - - -
NILS endangerment grade
-
Documentation
Document Score: 
5
Documentation table: 
Type Documentation Status Documentation Score
Word list None 0
Text Collection None 0
Grammar Sketch grammar (less than 100 pages) 2
Audio-visual More than 10 3
Manuscript Note: 
tape transcription/field note available
Grammar: 
Schmidt, Erica. 2005. The verbal system in Awu Alaya, a Thaypanic language of the Cape York peninsula, University of Melbourne: BA (Hons).
Dictionary: 
-
Classification
Classification table: 
Source Family Group Sub-group Name Relationship
Ethnologue (2005) Pama-Nyungan Paman Rarmul Pama Thaypan Thaypan [dialects: Related to Takalak]
Dixon (2002)   SOUTH-EAST CAPE YORK PENINSULA GROUP Thaypan/Mini subgroup Kuku-Thaypan Kuku-Thaypan* possible further dialect: Koko-Rarmul
Wurm (1994) Pama-Nyungan Paman   Thaypan  
Walsh (1981) Pama-Nyungan Paman Rarmul Pama Thaypan  
Oates (1975) Pama-Nyungan   Rarmulic Pama Dhayban  
Wurm (1972)          
O'Grady, Voegelin & Voegelin (1966)