Guugu Yimithirr (çhengey)

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Guugu Yimithirr
Goll er loayrt ayns Yn Austrail
Ard Hopevale, Queensland
Earroo loayreyderyn 200-300
Kynney çhengey Austrailagh
Staydys oikoil
Çhengey oikoil ayns gyn stayd oikoil
Fo stiurey ec gyn stiureyder oikoil
Coadyn çhengey
ISO 639-1 gyn coad
ISO 639-2 aus
ISO 639-3 kky

Ta Guugu Yimithirr ny çhengey Vun-Dooghyssagh Austrailagh ta loayrit mygeayrt Hopevale ayns Queensland, yn Austrail.

Sheeanyn[reagh]

Breeocklyn[reagh]

Toshee Cooyl
Ard i iː u uː
Injil a aː

Foddee er /u/ fockley magh myr [ɯ] neurontit, as /a/ neu-hrimmidit myr [ə].

Corocklyn[reagh]

Ymmyllagh Lhiannagh Baaragh
Meillagh Coghooysagh Cleaoil Feeacklagh Cooyl-eeacklagh Cooyl-chroymmit
Stad b ɡ ɟ d ɖ
Stroanney m ŋ ɲ n ɳ
Lhiattagh l
Rotagh r ɻ
Lhieh-vreeockle w j

Ta ny stadyn neughooagh dy cadjin as neuvoggit tra dy vel ad ec toshiaght fockly as ny yei breeocklyn giare, as gooagh ny yei corocklyn as breeocklyn foddey.

Cha nod ny corocklyn cooyl-chroymmit [ɖ ɳ] dy ve nyn sheeanyn ynrican, agh nyn jaglym jeh /ɻd ɻn/. Ansherbee, ta ny smoo na un 'ockle ta focklit magh lesh corockle cooyl-chroymmit fockle-hoshiagh: ta "run" focklit magh myr [ɖudaː] ny [ɖuɖaː].

Ta'n rotagh /r/ focklit magh myr corockle rap, agh foddee er dy ve focklit magh myr corockle rowlal ayns coraa trome.

Imraaghyn[reagh]

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