Na ŋiɛckä aguiɛr dun cääth apath, ka loiloi ke aa tiŋ raan ëbën puöu tɛ̈ cït tɛ̈ gɛ̈th yeen. Aguir aa dhil raan ëbën lui thïn ku kɔɔc cë lui thïn ku aguir kɔ̈k tiiŋ puöth.

Aguir juëëc ë wuöt aa dhil kɔɔc kä tiiŋ puöth:

  • kɔɔc leŋ kë yekä yök aguiɛɛr yic wälä lui kek aguiɛɛr
  • kɔɔc amada ku wut
  • kuat aguir ë kɔɔc amada/aguiɛɛr muɔɔc wëëu
  • kɔɔc aguiɛɛr gäm ruktha luɔy löŋ yic
  • kuat kɔɔc ye aguiɛɛr dɔ̈m wëëu wälä kɔɔc röt juaar bïk aguiɛɛr luööi

A leŋ dhɔ̈l juɛ̈ɛ̈c lëu bï aguiɛɛr kɔc tiiŋ puöth cï loiloi kun kuany yiic thïn apath ku aa lëu bë löŋ ke kuany cök. Kekëdäŋ, lööŋ ɣɛr puöu mac aguiɛr dun kek aa tɛ̈ bï löŋ kuɛ̈ny we cök nyuɔɔth. Rin bäk kɔc tiiŋ puöth, wek aa dhil kë wïc löŋ tɛ̈n week ŋic ku guiɛr kä dhɔ̈l wën ye nyuɔɔth lɔn kuɛny wek lööŋ cök ku lɔn cï wek gam bäk luui tɛ̈ cït tɛ̈ wïc löŋ yeen.

Löŋ Gɛ̈tpiny Amada

Löŋ Gɛ̈tpiny Amadac a la gɛi lɔŋ ë loiloi amadaa cë gätpiny ku akaram ye kɔc cam tɛ̈ këc kek lööŋ kuany cök apath. Löŋ kën ee tɛ̈ ye amɛtmɛɛt dït ruöön luɔɔy thïn, wɛ̈r lööŋ yiic, wɛ̈r kɔɔc mac aguiɛɛr ku wël alɔŋ wëëu ku gɛ̈tpiny tijäär kuany yic apath. Rin ku bäk ŋic lɔn cï wek lööŋ deet, dhiɛlkä we thook tuööm kek Mäktam Tjäär Alal, caathkä Löŋ wälä wiëckä wëët raan cë lööŋ kueen. Wek aa dhil laŋ dhël bï wek wël aa muk nhïïm ku dhël bï wek wël aa dhuk kɔ̈ɔ̈th rin ku bäk kä wïc löŋ tɛ̈n week tiiŋ nyïn.

Kɔɔc lui kek aguiɛɛr

Aguir ë kɔɔc lui ke yeen tiiŋ puöth a kɔɔc lui ke yeen thiëëc bïk tɛ̈ cïk yɔ̈k lon aguiɛɛr dhuk kɔ̈u ku mɛt kɔɔc tööŋ kä ë kë takic. Tɛkdä ka wek aa bë dhɔ̈l kɔ̈k bï wek kä jöör aa jääm yiic lɔŋ ë looi dhël lööŋ luɔy wälä dhɔ̈l kɔ̈k wën tɛ̈ duun ye wek luui thïn nyooth ku dhiɛlkä tääu we nhïïm lɔn cï kuat kë jöör jääm yic ku cök piny dhël aalal.

Aya, aa leŋ lööŋ ë tɛ̈ ye kɔɔc lui kek aguiɛɛr luööi thïn nyuɔɔth agut löŋ pëën atëkthok, löŋ tit raan ɣɔɔc kɔ̈u ku tiët mïth ku riënythii kɔ̈ɔ̈th. Aya, wek aa dhil kɔɔc ë bɛ̈n tɛ̈ duun luui wek thïn tïŋ apath bë ciën kë rär keek tɛ̈ duun luɔy. Aguiɛɛr yen a leŋ lon bï tɛ̈nluɔy rëër ka cïn yic kë rär raan ku wiëëc atït jäŋ.

Kɔɔc amada ku wut

Amada a bë laŋ loiloi gɛ̈ɛ̈r tënë kɔɔc amada ku kɔɔc wut ë löŋ yic cëmën lueel amat ë ruöön ku gɛ̈tgɛ̈t adhuk ë ruöön. Tɛkdä kä dhɔ̈l kɔ̈k bï wek kɔɔc wut tiiŋ puöth aa bäk bɛn tak yiic. Tɛkda ka wek aa cɔl amɛtmɛɛt ë jäŋ ye raan ëbën bɛ̈n thïn wälä luɛlkä kä ye aguiɛr dun looi tɛ̈n aguir akeunhom ë thok lueel rin bë wut kë yakä looi ŋic.

Aguir kɔc kony wëëu

Na cë aguiɛr dun wëëu dɔm tɛ̈n aguir kɔc kony wëëu, ka dhiɛlkä tääu we nhïïm bäk kuat kë wïckä tiiŋ nyin. Tɛkdä ka lëu bë yicleŋ thɛ̈ɛ̈p ë lon Amat Luɔy, gɛm adhuuk kë loi ku lëk alɔŋ wëëu, cɛɛth lon ye aguiɛr dun looi ku tɛ̈ bï wek anyuuth kuɔɔny wëëu tiiŋ nyïn thïn.

Kɔɔc cë luööi ku kɔɔc cë röt juaar

Akut määc yen a bë tɛ̈ pɛɛth ye kɔc luui thïn nyuɔɔth tënë kɔɔc cï aguiɛɛr luööi dhël lööŋ la gɛi ku ŋiɛc muöök kɔɔc cë luööi agut kɔɔc cë röt juaar.

Kɔɔc cï aguiɛɛr luööi aa dhil aguiɛɛr tiiŋ puöu. Aya, kɔɔc cë röt juaar aa ye ŋɔ̈ɔ̈th lɔn bï kek aguiɛɛr tiiŋ puöu.

Aguir ë kɔc luööi a dhil kä ŋɔ̈th tɛ̈n yeen looi löŋ akuma koor ku akuma dït yic cëmën ë löŋ pëën atëkthok, löŋ ciɛɛŋ tɛ̈nluɔy, pial guöp tɛ̈nluɔy ku löŋ alöc ë luɔy. Aya, aguiɛɛr a dhil thuparanuecon/makäpa cuat piny, cuöt atït kɔ̈u kɔɔc luɔy a dhil rëër tɛ̈ de ku akuën la cök ajuër a dhil bɛ̈ɛ̈y bei wëëu kɔɔc luɔy yiic ku tooc Mäktam Ajuër Ɣothralia.

Baai Queensland, aguiɛɛr a dhil ye nyin tääu piny bë ŋic lɔn cï kɔɔc luɔy ëbën, kɔɔc cë röt juaar ëbën ku mïthpanpiööc ë ‘luui kek mïth,’ laŋ cɛɛth wälä wïnycök bïk ŋic lɔn cïn yen kë wääc. A lëu ba yï thok tuööm kek Aguir Mïth ku Riënythii ku Adumuk Meth rin ba kɔ̈k ŋic alɔŋ löŋ kën.

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