English: honey-stick, sponge for honey
Bundjalung: gulehr
Part of Speech: noun
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Category: artifact
Comment: a stick with frayed-out end for eating honey; cf. baybay. Sponge for honey, made of stinging tree bark; described in Gd as a 'piece of bark frayed at one end used for eating honey'.
Gold Coast Tweed: Ydict kulehr; Y:Allen kuleirei; Y:Watsn kulere
South West: Cas:Smy gule:r ;
Condamine Upper Clarence: Gd:Geyt ;

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