Fabulous beings whose number seems to be unlimited; they are represented as black men of an enormous size, quite naked, and armed only with waddies; although always bent on bloodshed and murder, they are not so dangerous as the Màrralaye, since by vigilance and courage they may be conquered.



  • Woods, J. D. (1879). The Native Tribes of South Australia. Adelaide: E. S. Wigg & Son, p. 236.