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Aboriginal Tribe names


Bediagal Bediagal, Bidjigals, Bid-ee-gàl, Bejigal,
Be-dia-gal
Probably to the north-west of Parramatta, between Parramatta and Hawkesbury River, possibly around current day Castle Hill.
Birrabirragal Birra birragal-leon Perhaps connected with Birra Birra, a rugged reef inside lower harbour now-known as Sow and Pigs.
Borogegal Borogegal,
Borogegal-yurrey
Perhaps associated with Borogegy, now know as Bradleys Head.
Boromedegal Boorammedegal, Boromedegal,
Boora me personally di-gal, Booramedigal-leon
Thought to be of Parramatta location, on similarity of pronunciation, Parràmatta (Tench 1793), Par-ra-mata (King in Hunter 1793).
Buruberongal Burubirangal,
Bu-ru-be-ron-gal, Buruberongal,
Boo-roo-bir-rong-gal, Boo-roo-ber-on-gal, Boorooberongal
Into the north-west of Parramatta, about two hours walking length from Hawkesbury River (Phillip in Hunter 1793).
Darramurragal Darra murra gal, Tarra-merragal Reported to be 'in the district of Wanne', but on similarity of name from the suburb Turramurra, during the headwaters of the Lane Cove River.
Gadigal Cadigal, Cadigàl,
Càd-i-gal, Cadi-gal
Cadi had been on the south side of Port Jackson, expanding from Southern Head to extended Cove (Darling Harbour) (King in Hunter 1793). Càdi, the bay of Cadi, might be 'Kutti' which is the Aboriginal place name for Watsons Bay.
Gahbrogal Cah-bro-gal The Cahbrogal existed inland and ate estuarine teredo worms called cah-bro (Collins 1798). In 1845 Mahroot stated the 'Liverpool blacks' were known as 'Cobrakalls'(In: Select Committee regarding the state regarding the Aborigines Report 1845). From the suburb Cabramatta.
Gamaragal Càmmerragal,
Cam-mer-ray-gal, Cameeragal,
Camera-gal, Kamarigal
Cam-mer-ray (Collins 1798), Cammerra (Phillip 1790), Camerra (King in Hunter 1793) ended up being regarding north coast or north side of Port Jackson.
Gameygal Kamey-gal Around Kamay, the name for Botany Bay, possibly towards north-west of Gwea (Anon ca 1790-1792).
Gannemegal Cannemegal Wau-maille [War-mul] which the Cannemegal had been said to inhabit had been certainly one of eight place-names in the region of Rose Hill that was 10 minutes walk westward from Rose Hill (Anon ca 1790 1792).
Garigal Caregal, perhaps Corrugal Caregal at first provided as name of 'a man, or a tribe, whom lived to the northward'. Later on, 'Nanbarre said Caregal was the man's title, and then he lived at, or near cracked Bay' (Phillip in Hunter 1793).
Gayamaygal 'the tribe of
Kay-yee-my'
Kay-yee-my, where the Governor had been wounded - Manly Cove (Phillip in Hunter 1793); Kay-ye-my, Manly Bay (Anon ca 1790-1792).
Gweagal Gweagal, Gwea-gal Gwea. Gweea was regarding southern shore of Botany Bay (Tench 1793).
Wallumedegal Wallumedegal, Walumetta,
Wallume-de-gal
Wallumede. Wallumede was in the north coast, other Warrane (Sydney Cove) (King in Hunter 1793).
Wangal Wangal, Wanngal, Won-gal Wann (Phillip 1790). Wanne (King in Hunter 1793) extended across the south side for the harbour from lengthy Cove (Darling Harbour) to Rose Hill, that your neighborhood residents called Parramatta.


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