Definition of Aranda in English:

Aranda

Line breaks: Ar¦anda
Pronunciation: /əˈrʌntə
 
, aˈruːndə
 
/

noun& adjective

Variant form of Arrernte.
More example sentences
  • Their study of the Aranda Aborigines of Central Australia is still widely quoted.
  • Among the aboriginal Aranda people, the earth was believed to be desolate during the period of the Dreaming, while beneath the earth, the moon and the sun and a multitude of uncreated supernatural beings slumbered.
  • Previously the only paintings produced by Aboriginal artists for sale were by the Aranda water colorists trained in a European landscape style at the Hermannsburg Lutheran Mission.

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