noun, plural A·run·tas, (especially collectively) A·run·ta.
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Historical Examples of arunta
He perforated some which could not be worn as ornaments, just as the Arunta do.The Clyde Mystery
The two systems are not now fully welded in the Arunta group.Folklore as an Historical Science
George Laurence Gomme
This prevails among the Arunta "nation," and the Kaitish tribe.Myth, Ritual, and Religion, Vol. 1
The Arunta of Central Australia are, of course, far from 'primitive.'
The Arunta also let the grub come on to its full rise before feeding.