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Line breaks: willy-willy
Pronunciation: /ˈwɪlɪwɪli/

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Definition of willy-willy in English:

noun (plural willy-willies)

A whirlwind or dust storm.


from Yindjibarndi (an Aboriginal language of western Australia) or Wemba-wemba (an Aboriginal language of SE Australia).

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