tyape

edible grubs

ingkwepeye
grub from anthill, ant bed, termite hill

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Ingkwepeye ultakemele tyape tyarre-inetyeke.
You chop the top off the anthill to get the grub out.
tnyeme
dig

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Arelhe atherrele tyape atnyematyeke tnyerle-anerreme.
The two women are digging for witchetty grubs.
tyere-weme
tap the ground to listen for a hollow sound

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Arelhele atnemele tyape atnyematyeke tyere-weme.
The woman is tapping with her stick looking for witchetty grubs.
ingwenenge
grub from branch of river red gum

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Ingwenenge apele tyape apere-arenye.
Ingwenenge is the grub that lives in river red gums.
atnyematye
witchetty grub

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Tyape antyematye tyampiteke-arleke arrerneke.
Someone put the witchetty grubs in the tin.
ahernenge
grub from river red gum (possibly trictena argentata)

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Apere artekerrengentyele tyape ahernenge ineme kwatye iperre.
You get grubs from the river red gum from the gum tree roots after rain.