Ngolokwangga

The Ngolokwangga are an indigenous Australian people of the Northern Territory.

Language

The Ngolokwangga spoke Mulluk-Mulluk, one of the Daly languages.

Country

The Ngolokwangga lay inland from the Pongaponga, and held sway over, according to Norman Tindale, an estimated 400 square miles (1,000 km2) of territory running along both sides of the Daly River.[1]

People

It has been conjectured that the Yunggor may have been a clan of the Ngolokwangga.[2] According to the 2006 Australian census, the Ngolokwangga numbered 37.[3]

Alternative names

  • Ngulukwongga, Ngulugwongga
  • Mulukmuluk, Mullukmulluk
  • Malak Malak, Mallak-mallak, Malag-Malag, Mullik-mullik, Mollak-mollak, Malack-malack
  • Djiramo. (a horde name)
  • Valli-valli. (a native toponym for the lower Daly River).[1]

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