English: gun
Bundjalung: mih-bula-dululbi
Part of Speech: noun
Related Words:
With same English translation:   banggilima-   bulalugang(?), bulalagany   duluhlbi   dululbi, dulubi, dulul   gambunygan (gambin.gan?)   ganggihny   guhn   gunggari   miganbar(i)  
Category: artifact
Comment: Literally 'two-eye-banger' - the early muskets were double-barrelled, and 'their most vivid acquaintance of this firearm, in the early days, was with its barrel muzzles (round like two eyes) pointed at them, followed by a "bang"'. Also dulul(bi), dulubi.
Gold Coast Tweed: Y:Hanln mee-boolai-doolool-pee: mee eye , boolai two , doolool a loud noise or bang , and the terminal pee , cause or agency

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