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The Gabrieliño [underlined] group is called: Tobikhar by Gatschet, probably by error from Tobohar, the mythical first man; the language, after Buschmann, Kizh. Tumangamalum (Notherners) by the Luiseños; the language Tumangangakh. The list of place names in their territory given by Reid (Cal. Farmer, XIV, 146) is in their own language and apparently reliable. The following are the names of places in Gabrieliño territory, as called by the Luiseños: San Pedro Masaugna Palos Verde unaungna Redondo engva (salt) Ballona saan San Gabriel tuvasak San Fernando pashingmu Los Angeles iyakha, the name of a plant growing abundantly there. Santa Ana hutuk Santa Catalina pipimar Island Some of these Luiseño names differ only dialectically from the Gabrieliño ones given by Reid.
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