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Posted on 15 October, 2019

Our new multilingual dictionary of anatomy app now available

Our new multilingual dictionary of anatomy app now available

Ŋäku dhäwu mala Yolŋukurr! (Listen to stories in Yolŋu-matha!)   

ARDS's new multilingual dictionary of anatomy app, "Rumbalpuy Dhäwu" is now available in the App Store and on Google Play. The dictionary contains clearly explained, basic information on anatomy, pathologies and procedures in Plain English, and the Yolŋu languages, Dhuwal, Dhuwala and Dhaŋu. The app is free and contains easy-to-navigate content in audio, text and picture form.

The app features:
* Over 200 entries
* Audio recordings in three languages: Dhuwal (Djambarrpuyŋu), Dhuwala (Gumatj) and Dhaŋu (Gälpu)
* Text definitions in Plain English, Dhuwal, Dhuwala and Dhaŋu
* Over 140 pictures
* Password-protected men's health and women's health sections
* Picture finder
* Alphabetical list finder
* Category finder

Check it out!

Thanks to The Australian Government Department of Communications and the Arts’ Indigenous Languages and Arts (ILA) program for generously funding this project.

Photo: Screenshot from the Rumbalpuy Dhäwu app

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