Übersetzung für 'waddy' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   waddy | waddies
waddy [Aus.]
Waddy {n} [Holzkeule der Aborigines]
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Übersetzung für 'waddy' von Englisch nach Deutsch

waddy [Aus.]
Waddy {n} [Holzkeule der Aborigines]weapons
  • Waddy {n} [Holzkeule der Aborigines] = waddy [Aus.]
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • The community is located on the northern end of Brabant Lake near the mouth of the Waddy River and is accessed by Highway 102. A local road provides access to Lower Waddy and Upper Waddy lakes.
  • George Clinton sang lead vocals, with Frank Waddy on drums.
  • Lorinna was gazetted as a locality in 1965. The name is believed to be an Aboriginal word meaning "waddy".
  • An Aboriginal man then tried to wrestle Marlows rifle from him and then another hit him with a waddy.
  • In 1908 Percival Stacy Waddy paid 3,500 pounds for the property.

  • Indigenous Australians used the hard and heavy wood of the tree to produce clubs or "waddy".
  • He is the older brother of guitarist Waddy Wachtel.
  • Waddy was shown as Station 318W in the Southern Railway Employee Time Table Number 67 dated November 15, 1942 (Sunday).
  • Pead drew his revolver and fired a shot in the air and one of the mean threw a waddy at him hitting him in the arm causing him to drop his revolver.
  • Dick-a-Dick was renowned for his skill in traditional weapons including the use of a waddy and shield.

  • Donn was most famous for his association with Waddy Wood as part of the architectural firm of Wood, Donn & Deming (see Waddy Wood for a description of the firm and for a list of their works), but is also well known for his design of Memorial House at George Washington Birthplace National Monument.
  • Ruth Gilliam married and divorced William H. Waddy in the 1930s; they had one daughter, Marianna (later Maryom Ana Al-Wadi).
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