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a cigarette, a dhurrie: Hey mate can u spare a bulyu ?

Contributor's comments: This is an Aboriginal word from northern and western South Australia, literally meaning "smoke", traditionally the smoke from a fire, but now used to refer to tobacco as in "gimme bulyu" "give me a cigarette". Marijuana is referred to as "nunta bulyu", literally "crazy smoke" or "smoke that makes you crazy".