nullah-nullah ‎(plural nullah-nullahs)

  1. Alternative form of nulla-nulla
    • 1938, Xavier Herbert, Capricornia, New York: D. Appleton-Century, 1943, Chapter XI, p. 173, [1]
      [] he crept on him one night and battered him with a nullah-nullah, leaving him for dead.
    • 1988, Miles Franklin, "Rose Scott: Some Aspects of her Personality and Work" in Dale Spender (ed.), The Peaceful Army, Penguin, p. 97, [2]
      Rose Scott considered votes for women the big nullah-nullah with which to attack laws and conditions unjust to women and children []
    • 2010, Pam Cook, Baz Luhrmann, London, Palgrave Macmillan, p. 120 [3]
      [] the Aborigine nullah-nullah club, a weapon made from an uprooted young tree.