arne irrewe-arlke-akerte

weapons and tools

urlke
irlkwe
alye-irlpakerte
hook boomerang, number seven boomerang

id:7665 order:537

Artwele alye-irlpakerte irrewe atnyene-warre-tyarte.
Men used to keep number seven boomerangs as a weapon.
aterele-antheme
causing fear, scaring

id:7669 order:543

Arelhe anyentele arrpenhe renhe aterele-antheme arne-akerte.
One woman is scaring the other one with a stick.
artetye
mulga

id:7664 order:536

Artetyenge-ntyele apele arne atningke mpwarentye akngerre.
Lots of different things are made from mulga wood.
alye
boomerang

id:7666 order:540

Tyerrtyele urrenyenkenge-ntyele alye mpwaretyarte.
Aboriginal people used to make boomerangs from gidgee trees.
kwetere
fighting stick, nulla-nulla

id:7668 order:542

Kwetere arne artetyenge-ntyele mpwareme arelhele ilpelhetyeke.
Women use nulla-nullas made from mulga wood to protect themselves.
tyangaye
shanghai, slingshot

id:7667 order:541

Tyangaye arntarlkwe akwekenge-ntyele mpwarentye akngerre.
Shanghais are made from a small, forked stick.