(word entries based on Australian native terms)
A metal vessel for making tea.
A shirker or a freeloader.
A flat, curved throwing weapon, some types of which return to the thrower.
A small, brightly colored parakeet.
An outlaw or a robber.
An everyday word for "bell pepper".
An informal term for "small farmer".
Farmers were called cockies in the early days of European settlement because, like the birds of the same name, they made their homes on the edges of permanent waterholes.
A ceremonial and religious gathering with music and dance.
An Australian wild dog.
A marsupial animal with long hind legs for leaping.
A bearlike, tree-living marsupial animal.
A mammal; such as, a kangaroo, wombat, opossum, or koala, having no placenta and bearing immature young that are developed in a pouch on the mother's abdomen.
A pouch on the abdomen of most marsupials that encloses the mammary glands and in which the animal's newly born offspring complete their development.
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