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An edible marine fish resembling a mullet; especially the flathead or sea mullet, Mugil cephalus.
Mid 19th century; earliest use found in John Dunmore Lang (1799–1878), Presbyterian minister and politician in Australia. Probably from Jagara budinba. In some forms showing folk-etymological alteration after pudding and ball.
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