Thok Nath (Nuer) is the second largest
language group in Southern Sudan. It is closely related to the Dinka language.
Consequently this translation of the dictionary is also likely to be helpful to
Gatkuoth and Moses worked
very hard to grapple with the complexities of translating into their
home language from English with its very different history and social
They were assisted by community members: Peter Chot Deng, Gatwic Guol Duany, George
Yak Gai, Lul Gatluak, Biel Jal, Maduk Muon Kuony, Gabriel Duol Kun, Elizabeth
Nyakong Maying, James Kai Nin, Eliza Nyabiel, Angelo Kai Phaltang, James Bill
Thot, Puot Top, James Gatwuic Tut, John Yakuac, David Riek Yakuac and Samuel Gai
This part of the dictionary work was particularly
interesting, challenging and satisfying for Hazel and Dorothy, who
really appreciated the friendship, skills and patience of all the
The dictionary has 181 pages, almost 1,500 words and is an A4 bound
For more details of the dictionary contents see TELLS Everyday Australian Picture Dictionary.
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