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A hardwood club used as a weapon by Australian Aborigines.
- ‘And then the fruit is edible, and the wood is used to make boomerangs and spears and nulla-nullas.’
- ‘This can involve beatings, clubbings with a nulla-nulla, and even spearing.’
From Dharuk ngalla-ngalla.
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