Wagga

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

The original Aboriginal inhabitants of the Wagga Wagga region were the Wiradjuri people and the term "Wagga" and derivatives of that word in the Wiradjuri aboriginal language is thought to mean crow. To create the plural, the Wiradjuri repeat a word, thus 'Wagga Wagga' translates to 'the place of many crows'. Other translations have also attributed the word 'wagga' to meaning, 'reeling (a sick man or a dizzy man); to dance, slide or grind'.

Proper noun[edit]

Wagga

  1. (slang) Wagga Wagga

Noun[edit]

Wagga (plural Waggas)

  1. a rug created from material scraps, small raw wool scraps and hessian bags.

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