Kuku Yalanji Bible Portions
This version contains some Old Testament books and 27 New Testament Books.
Kuku-Yalanji is the language spoken by the Aboriginal people located on the east coast of Cape York Peninsula between Mossman and Cooktown and inland to Chillagoe.
We acknowledge the help of the Kuku-Yalanji speakers living in the Wujal-wujal Aboriginal Community on the Boomfield River and in Mossman.
Ethnologue code : gvn
Alternate Names: Gugu Yalandyi, Gugu Yalanji, Guguyalanji, Koko-Yalanji, Kuku-Yalangi
Spoken in :
Queensland state: Bloomfield River (Ayton), Daintree, Mossman, Wujal-Wujal, and between Cooktown and Mossman.
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