Note: This page is just a pointer to some of the main resources on Wiradjuri language
See the Parkes Wiradjuri Language Group Wiradjuri Language Website.
See also 'Selected Bibliography of materials on the Wiradjuri Language and People held in the AIATSIS Library' (June 2006), and Wiradjuri entries in The World Wide Web Virtual Library : Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Languages, edited by David Nathan.
A new Wiradjuri dictionary,
compiled by Stan Grant (Senr) and Dr John Rudder. 2010. O'Connor, ACT: Restoration House. * http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/37421487
A first Wiradjuri dictionary,
compiled by Stan Grant (Senr) and Dr John Rudder. 2005. O'Connor, ACT: Restoration House. * http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/31591360
Sally McNicol and Dianne Hosking. Chapter 5 in Macquarie Aboriginal
Words: a dictionary of words of Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait
ed. by N Thieberger & W Macgregor, 1994. The Macquarie Library Pty
Ltd * http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/23178838
= ASEDA item 0536
Vocabulary of the Native Dialect Wirradurri spoken in the Wellington District &c &c &c
by Rev Jas. James Günther
CY Reel 936
ML C136, Mitchell Library, Sydney http://acms.sl.nsw.gov.au/item/itemDetailPaged.aspx?itemID=947986
Nash, David. 2014. Comitative placenames in central NSW, Chapter 2, pages
11-37 in Indigenous
and Minority Place Names – Australian and International Perspectives
edited by Ian Clark, Luise Hercus, and
Laura Kostanski. Canberra: ANU Press & Aboriginal History Inc.
(Aboriginal History Monograph) ISBN 9781925021622 (Print version), ISBN
9781925021639 (Online) * http://press.anu.edu.au?p=286811 whole volume, chapter http://press.anu.edu.au/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/ch021.pdf * from 1974 essay *
Worksheet on the -djuri ending in placenames
additions: Parish of Julandery -32 54 24 146 44 11
Parish of Merrimarotherie -33 16 147 01
Parish of Morotherie -29 40 04 143 33 49
Carey, Hilary M. and David A. Roberts (eds). 2002. The
Wellington Valley Project.
Papers Relating to the Church Missionary Society Mission to Wellington
Valley, New South Wales 1830–42. A Critical Electronic Edition.
University of Newcastle.
Austin, Peter. 1997. Proto central New South Wales phonology, pp.21-49 in Boundary rider: essays in honour of Geoffrey O'Grady, ed. by Darrell Tryon and Michael Walsh. Pacific Linguistics C-136. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics, The Australian National UniversityGaynor Macdonald. 2004. Two steps forward three steps back: A Wiradjuri land rights journey. Canada. Bay, NSW: LhR Press.
Paper and Talk, A manual for reconstituting materials in Australian indigenous languages from historical sources, ed, N Thieberger, 1995, reprinted 2005. Canberra: Aboriginal Studies Press.
This volume contains excellent general advice on how to use old written sources; and as it happens p.42 reproduces an extract from one Günther's manuscripts (part of frame 402 of the 1838 Vocabulary)