Bora : The word Bora will be used in this book to mean a ceremonial ground or ceremony held on a Bora Ground.
Dendroglyph : An incised tree.
Glyph : The incised part of a Dendroglyph.
Teleteglyph: Incised tree at a Ceremonial Ground.
Taphoglyph : Incised tree at a Burial Ground.
Wiradjuri: A tribe on the north of the Murrumbidgee River and approximately inside a line drawn from Hay, Nyngan, Gunnedah and Yass.
Kamilaroi: A tribe between the Wiradjuri and the Queensland border on the east side of the Barwon River.
Wollaroi : A small tribe on the north-west of the Barwon River and extending to the Queensland border and as far west as Brewarrina.
Barkingi: Some times called Parkingi. A very large and important tribe extending out from both sides of the Darling River for a considerable distance and practically for the full length of the River.
Darling-Barwon River : This great river is called the Darling between Wentworth and Brewarrina. From Brewarrina to Mungindi it is called the Barwon. Above Mungindi it is called the McIntyre and from this town it forms the border between New South Wales and Queensland for a considerable distance.
Social Organisations’. The Wiradjuri, Kamilaroi and Wollaroi were tribes of four sub-sections with female descent. The Barkingi had two moieties and female descent.
Taken from ” the Bora Ground ” by Anthropologist , Lindsay black 1944