Kriol Dictionary

Kriol (iso code rop) is spoken across the Kimberley region of Western Australia and in a belt across the Northern Territory centered on the township of Katherine. It is Australia's largest Aboriginal language with some 30,000 speakers.

This Kriol-English dictionary was edited by Jason Lee and adapted from:

SIL-AAIB. 1996. Kriol Dictionary: With Kriol to English and English to Kriol: First Draft, February, 1986: Reprinted: May, 1996. Darwin: SIL-AAIB.

SIL-AAIB. 1986. Kriol Dictionary: With Kriol to English and English to Kriol: First Draft, February, 1986. Darwin: SIL-AAIB.

Sandefur, J.R. & J.L. Sandefur. 1979. Beginnings of a Ngukurr-Bamyili Creole Dictionary. Work Papers of SIL-AAB, Series A, Volume 4. Darwin: SIL-AAB.
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