didgerie


didgerie
Australian Slang
prefix, the exact meaning of which depends on the suffix which follows. This suffix is usually: -do, -dabbat, or -lee-meenit: 'Man, he plays the didgerie-do real good'; 'Didgerie-dabat it in the paper?'; 'Didgerie lee-meenit or were you kidding?'

English dialects glossary. 2013.

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  • Didgerie — prefix, the exact meaning of which depends on the suffix which follows. This suffix is usually: do, dabbat, or lee meenit: Man, he plays the didgerie do real good ; Didgerie dabat it in the paper? ; Didgerie lee meenit or were you kidding? …   Dictionary of Australian slang


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