Pibelmen lands comprised around 3,100 square miles (8,000 km2) of territory in the southwest. They were concentrated around the Lower Blackwood River and the hills between the Blackwood and the Warren River. Their eastern flank ran to Gardner River and Broke Inlet. The Scott River was also a part of their territory. Their inland extension ran to Manjimup and Bridgetown.
- Pepelman, Peopleman, Piblemen
- Bibulman, Bibulmun, Bibudmoun, Bibbulmun, Bebleman
- Meeraman (Koreng exonym)
- Murram (Menang exonym)
- Bajongwongi. (language name)
- mammon (father)
- nungun (mother)
- jangar (white man)
- dwardar (tame dog)
- yakine (wild dog)
- yonger (kangaroo)
- wager. (emu)
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