Origin of billabong
Examples from the Web for billabong
Only, motors and Billabong don't go hand in hand—we've always stuck to horses, haven't we, Mr. Jim?
But I drove the old buggy away from Billabong, and I'll drive home now.
No one can say the Billabong representative doesn't look fit.
It was the third day of the struggle with death over the Hermit's unconscious body, and again twilight was falling upon Billabong.A Little Bush Maid|Mary Grant Bruce
He's shaping as well as anyone could expect; but he won't always have Billabong at his back.
British Dictionary definitions for billabong
Word Origin for billabong
Word Origin and History for billabong
Australian, "backwater, stagnant pool," 1865, from Billibang, Aboriginal name of Bell River, from billa "water" + bang, of uncertain meaning.