Kriol Kwiz! Wani thei tok ba kemp la Numbulwar? / What do they call houses in Numbulwar? #KriolKwiz— Kriol Kantri (@KriolKantri) May 5, 2016
Dijan iya bin trikiwan maitbi. Oni wanbala bin sabi det raitwan ensa: Ola Numbulwar mob, alabat tok 'anga' ba kemp.
Bla det najalot ensa:
Awuj yu irrim samtaim la najalot pleis, or maitbi thei gulum 'awus'. Bat Numbulwar mob oldei tok anga. Anga, im Nunggubuyu wed bat im jump la Kriol la Numbulwar du.
Hampi im olwan ting. Yu kaan gulum brabli awus 'hampi'. En steishin - ai bin jis migimap tharran.
This was a tricky one I think. Only one person got it right: in Numbulwar, they say anga for house/camp.
As for the other answers:
Awuj (from 'house') is sometimes heard in other places. Or they might pronounce it 'awus'. But in Numbulwar, they usually say anga. Anga is a Nunggubuyu word but it has made its way into Kriol in Numbulwar too.
Hampi (i.e. 'humpy') is an old thing. You can't refer to an actual house as a 'hampi'. And steishin (i.e. 'station') - I just made that one up.