The subject of the song in (12) is blood of large male Black Wallaroos that is either the result of spearing one or performing kangaroo sorcery with the aid of juice from the fruit of Antidesma parvifolium.
At the end of some of the yirridjdja moiety morrdjdjanjno with song subjects relating to the Antilopine Kangaroos (those for Black Wallaroos are duwa moiety), there are the ideophonic interjections kuwik kerhkeker.
As well as large Antilopine Kangaroos (Macropus antilopinus), the surrounding rock country was home to the Black Wallaroo (Macropus bernadus), the Short-eared Rock Wallaby (Petrogale brachyotis), and the Nabarlek (Peradorcus concinna).
The female (Black Wallaroo) "she sits in the Acacia gonocarpa groves avoiding the cold' [song text]; this female Black Wallaroo (also) has a morrdjdjanjno song:
These include, as already mentioned, the Antilopine Kangaroo, the Black Wallaroo and the two small rock wallabies, the Short-Eared Rock Wallaby and the Nabarlek, the latter two for the purposes of morrdjdjanjno song subjects being grouped together.
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The Wallaroos ran in four tries during their 30-0 victory at the Santboiana Stadium in Barcelona to condemn Wales to the second-tier competition.
And once the Wallaroos had escaped the early pressure with a clean sheet, the signs were ominous for Wales.