But events could soon spin out of control if a ground invasion ensues, boomeranging on Bibi.
1827, adapted from an extinct Aboriginal languages of New South Wales, Australia. Another variant, perhaps, was wo-mur-rang (1798).
1880, from boomerang (n.).
To return to the parental nest: There's a 40 percent chance you'll ''boomerang'' back to live with your parents at least once (1980s+)