Definitions

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  • noun Australia didgeridoo

Etymologies

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From the Yolngu term for the instrument, yiḏaki.

Examples

  • Didgeridoo is one of several names for the instrument, also known as a yidaki, which is formed when termites hollow out the inside of a eucalyptus tree.

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  • You can see this yidaki on the TV show.www. aboriginalarts.co.uk Many thanks to Grainger TV! www. aboriginalarts.co.uk

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  • You can see this yidaki on the TV show.www. aboriginalarts.co.uk Many thanks to Grainger TV! www. aboriginalarts.co.uk

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  • This special yidaki was used during the visit of the television film crew from Grainger Television, which is doing a short documentary of Djalu, see www. graingertv.com and www. traveloztv.com - the Travel Oz show is on Australian television each week, and the segment on Djalu will also be screened in Europe to promote Australian tourism and the new Hollywood film "Australia" with Nicole Kidman.

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  • This special yidaki was used during the visit of the television film crew from Grainger

    WN.com - Business News

  • You can see this yidaki on the TV show.www. aboriginalarts.co.uk Many thanks to Grainger TV! www. aboriginalarts.co.uk

    WN.com - Business News

  • This special yidaki was used during the visit of the television film crew from Grainger

    WN.com - Business News

  • You can see this yidaki on the TV show.www. aboriginalarts.co.uk Many thanks to Grainger TV! www. aboriginalarts.co.uk

    WN.com - Business News

  • This special yidaki was used during the visit of the television film crew from Grainger Television, which is doing a short documentary of Djalu, see www. graingertv.com and www. traveloztv.com - the Travel Oz show is on Australian television each week, and the segment on Djalu will also be screened in Europe to promote Australian tourism and the new Hollywood film "Australia" with Nicole Kidman.

    WN.com - Business News

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