Language: bahn-, bahna-, bahn.ga-, bahrwa-, baya-, barga Modern Spelling: arrive ; arise ; rise ; get up ; happen ; appear ; come out ; stand up ; emerge
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With same English translation:   bahn-, bahna-, bahn.ga-, bahrwa-, baya-, barga  
English: arrive, arise, rise, get up, happen, appear, come out, stand up, emerge
Comment: Motion verb, irregular. Come up, come out, rise, emerge, bleed, hatch out, come through, arrive, wake up, get up, i.e. to come into sight or existence from where previously invisible or non-existent Wa; rise, appear, arrive Gd; can be reduplicated: babahna-/babahn.ga- Wa; bahna imperative; bahnbigi 'come out', bahn.gala 'come out' (Y:Holm); irregular verb, two forms; bahn.ga- etc. in other lists (Gd:Geyt, etc.); rise, get up, blow (of wind); irregular; imperative bahna; can be used of win
Gold Coast Tweed: Y:Sha:Culhm; Y:Holm bahna, bahn.ga, Y:Holm:Logn bahrwula come out
Lower Richmond: Bj:Holm:Fergn barwa-, prog. barwala, ba:nga-, prog. ba:ngala. Bj:Holm ba:na-. ba:na, ba:nbinymani got (someone) up;
South West: Wa:Crowl; Cas:Smy ba:n-a, ba:n.gala, ba:na, ba:n.gainjbu baij-a, baijani, baijana:
Condamine Upper Clarence: Gd:Geyt; Gd:Sc:JThomas UClarnce yalgan beannie sunrise ;
Example:

Yugambeh :'Dark clouds came from up there again.'

English: Ngagu dagam babahyanibu babara. (from W)

Example:

Yugambeh :'The storm will come.'

English: Mala mihngbal bahn.gany. (from W)

Example:

Yugambeh :'The men came out of the dust coughing all the time.'

English: Mahny baygal bahyani mununu bubehngu gulungbaliwahla. (from W)

Example:

Yugambeh :'She got angry (her anger emerged) because the children spilt the milk.'

English: Janguy bahyanibeh munah guruhmbil gehrbinah mahnyulu jahdjambu. (from W)

Example:

Yugambeh :'The sun comes out in the day and then the moon comes out at night.'

English: Mala yalgan bahn.gala numgir malangu gibamdjubunydja. (from W)

Example:

Yugambeh :'the flood is coming here.'

English: Mala ngulahr bahrwala yang (from W)

Example:

Yugambeh :'Later the baby (turtles) will hatch out.'

English: Yuh mahny nyamul bahn.gany. (from W)

Example:

Yugambeh :'I get up early.'

English: Ngay bahn.gala jubunydjahbu. (from W)

Example:

Yugambeh :'He hit me till I bled.'

English: Maliyu badjini gumar bahnbi. (from W)

Example:

Yugambeh :'The baby is waking up.'

English: Bahrwala mala bidjanggay. (from W)

Example:

Yugambeh :'When I got up and looked I saw only a cat.'

English: Bahyanah ngay nyahleni nyahni budjigehnbu. (from G)

Example:

Yugambeh :'We will see the men again when they arrive here from overseas' (another+country-from)

English: Nyahnybu ngali gadji bangilehnydje ngarihngbilnu baygal. (from G)

Example:

Yugambeh :sunrise'

English: yalgan behni (from G)

Example:

Yugambeh :'A big corroboree is starting.'

English: Yawahr gale jehr bahn.gala. (from Ca)

Example:

Yugambeh :'Come outside.'

English: Gawalang bahna. (from Ca)

Example:

Yugambeh :'The sun rises daily.'

English: Yalgan bahn.gala numgirnu. (from Ca)

Example:

Yugambeh :'The tips of the Bunya Mountains appear.'

English: Buhnyi dugun mulih bahn.gala. (from Ca)

Example:

Yugambeh :'I shall die and rise again.'

English: Ngay balahn.gahny bahn.gahnybu. (from Ca)

Example:

Yugambeh :'He speared the ground and a stream of water appeared.'

English: Bugwani nyule jagun, bayani gung. (from Ca)