ntang

edible seeds

arlep
acacia bush (elegant acacia) (Acacia victoriae ssp. arida)

id:7053 order:443

Ntang arlep rwewarl iwemel arlkwem arrpemarl renh.
(We) throw the acacia seeds on the fire (to cook) and then eat them.
altywart
native millet (Panicum decompositum)

id:7050 order:440

Altywart ntang mwerr-angker ilpay-areny.
Millet seed is really good; (it grows) along the creeks.
alerrey
sickle-leaved wattles (Acacia colei, Acacia cowleana, Acacia elachantha)

id:7052 order:442

Ntang alerrey athenh apwertel.
(They) used to grind wattle seed on a rock.
iylaw
munyeroo, pigweed, purslane (Portulaca oleracea)

id:7054 order:444

Ntang iylaw apwertel athenh pmwar-warl.
(They) used to grind the munyeroo seeds into a coolamon.
artety
mulga (Acacia aneura, Acacia paraneura)

id:7051 order:441

Rernem ntang artety-areny athenh apwertel.
They used to grind the mulga seeds with a grinding stone.
kwenhent-kwenhent
summer grass, armgrass millet (Urochloa piligera)

id:7049 order:439

Kwenhent-kwenhent altywart ikwer apelty.
The summer grass and the native millet belong together.