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digging stick

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noun
a pointed or spatulate wooden stick, sometimes having a stone weight or crossbar attached and used in primitive societies for loosening the ground to extract buried wild plant foods and for tilling the soil.
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Origin of digging stick

First recorded in 1860–65

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