noun, plural A·run·tas, (especially collectively) A·run·ta.
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Example sentences from the Web for Arunta
Thus, unlike all other totemists, the Arunta do not inherit their totems either from father or mother, or both.
The Kaitish, as regards exogamy and religion, are a link between the primitive south-eastern tribes and the Arunta.
The only objection to this theory is that the Arunta themselves believe it, and mention the circumstance in their myths.
Thus, in marrying a woman of his totem, but not of his set of classes, a man does not break the law of Arunta exogamy.
Now how does it happen that a totem may be in both sets of exogamous classes among the Arunta alone of mankind?