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Origin of bunyip
Examples from the Web for bunyip
The plain truth was that Bunyip and his Uncle lived in a small house in a tree, and there was no room for the whiskers.
And I thought I had found the back of beyond, where I would never see anyone more civilized than a bunyip!A Little Bush Maid|Mary Grant Bruce
When that was done, Bill stood up and made a speech to Bunyip Bluegum.
The bunyip is represented as living in lakes and marshes, but it has never been seen by any trustworthy observer.Peeps At Many Lands: Australia|Frank Fox
"I thought that your good old Bunyip would look in on us before long," said Courtland.Phyllis of Philistia|Frank Frankfort Moore
Word Origin for bunyip
1848, fabulous swamp-dwelling animal (supposedly inspired by fossil bones), from an Australian aborigine language.