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iyarraman (inh -)
mewal (inh -)
ud amay
athayarr (inh -)
yarraman (minha -)
in Uw Oykangand and Uw Olkola
in Uw Olkola
in Uw Oykangand
in Uw Ilbmbanhdhiy
in Pakanh


Wild horses, or "brumbies," are common throughout central Cape York Peninsula.

The tail of a horse is called awayirr in Uw Olkola and Uw Oykangand.

The Pakanh word yarraman for horse is a common Cape York pigeon word. The Uw Oykangand and Uw Olkola word iyarraman is obviously derived from this with the addition of the initial vowel /i/, since words in these languages begin with a vowel.

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