Welcome to this resource for Tanganekald language and culture. We hope you enjoy your visit! Please respect our language and the stories and songs we share here. For us, nothing can replace the experience of being on our beautiful Tanganekald country. But for many people it is not always easy to visit country. Through this resource you can see, hear and speak Tanganekald language and that is the next best thing to being on country. Nginti nankeri nganawi mitji Clyde. Ngapi nguldi arndu Raukkannendi. 'How are you going? My name's Clyde. I come from Raukkan - that's where this is taking place.' Clyde Rigney, Tanganekald Elder Tanganekald is a language of the Ngarrindjeri Nation, from the Lakes and Coorong region of South Australia. This website has been developed to help to revive Tanganekald language. Many Tanganekald people have contributed their wisdom and knowledge to this project. We all want to preserve and protect the Tanganekald language for future generations. The contents of this site appear with the permission of the Ngarrindjeri Aboriginal Corporation on behalf of Tanganekald people. Aboriginal Living Languages SA acknowledges and pays respect to the past, present and future Traditional Custodians and Elders of this nation and the continuation of cultural, spiritual and educational practices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples should be aware that this website contains images or names of people who have passed away.
Dive into the language!
Practice making your own sentences in Tanganekald language. Choose a Tanganekald word from the drop-down menu to make a sentence. Click the sound icon to listen to your sentence.
Ngapa matjurunu kuri-ungai ngopun.
Father and I are going to the river. What does it mean?