Story: The song of the Ngogan-a (a little bird)
The song of the Ngogan-a (a little bird)
The song of the Ngogan-a, which is a little bird. The first line says it has gone away but the rest has not been translated.
1) p.9153v: the bird eats the flowers of a grass called go found in !nanni's country, 2) See also Song of the sho sho and Song of the ||ku and Song of the !kan ||ka ||karashe and The song of the ≠na≠n'arro and The song of the mother of the little buck and The song of the !ke tsa'ba (a bird) and The song of the ≠ne≠nebbi (woodpigeon) and The song of the sauko and The song of the ||gani (a bird) and The song of the !korro-ssin !ku (or Pit-making Bushmen) and A song of the |kam-ssin !ku (or sun Bushmen) and The song of the !na !na'rishe (a bird), 3) This story is found in Book XI & XII-3
30 October 1879
song (of the Ngogan-a, or little bird) , song (of the !kun) , song (given by Tamme) , bird (the Ngogan-a) , bird (song of the Ngogan-a) , Ngogan-a (bird) , Ngogan-a (a !kun song about) , Ngogan-a (goes away) , Ngogan-a (habits of) , name (!kun, a bird called Ngogan-a)