Definition of wadgula in English:

wadgula

noun

Australian
  • (in Aboriginal English) a white person.

    ‘he played the white man's game with more skill than most of the wadgulas’
    • ‘I leave my sisters with their pale-eyed wadgula men.’
    • ‘He has painted so many beautiful pictures for the wadgula people.’
    • ‘That wadgula is the worst of a bad lot.’
    • ‘She was attacked by two wadgula boys out at the beach.’
    • ‘He can make you laugh with the stories he will tell about the wadgulas who try to put him down.’

Origin

1920s: an alteration of ‘white fellow’.

Pronunciation

wadgula

/ˈwɑːdjʊlɑː/