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nulla-nulla

[ nuhl-uh-nuhl-uh ]
/ ˈnʌl əˈnʌl ə /
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noun Australian.
an Aboriginal club or cudgel for use in hunting and war.
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Origin of nulla-nulla

First recorded in 1830–40, nulla-nulla is from the Dharuk word ŋa-la-ŋa-la
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British Dictionary definitions for nulla-nulla

nulla-nulla
/ (ˌnʌləˈnʌlə) /

noun
Australian a wooden club used by native Australians

Word Origin for nulla-nulla

from a native Australian language
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