There are 2 definitions of woomera in English:

woomera1

Syllabification: woo·mer·a
Pronunciation: /ˈwo͞omərə
 
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noun

Australian
An Aboriginal stick used to throw a dart or spear more forcibly.
More example sentences
  • His sketches often portrayed the ‘natives’ fishing and throwing spears with woomeras.
  • The men on the left are holding shields, spears and woomeras while the man on the right has a huge wooden sword as well as a shield.
  • Long, long time ago, two little nephews asked their old uncle to take them out and camp on the river so that he could teach them how to make their spears and woomeras and their boomerangs.

Origin

from Dharuk wamara.

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Pronunciation: no͞os
noun
the mind or intellect

There are 2 definitions of woomera in English:

Woomera2

Syllabification: Woo·me·ra
Pronunciation: /ˈwo͝omərə, ˈwo͞omə-
 
/
A town in central South Australia, the site of a vast military testing ground used in the 1950s for nuclear tests and since the 1960s for tracking space satellites.

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Word of the day nous
Pronunciation: no͞os
noun
the mind or intellect