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- (music); (onomatopoeic) A didgeridoo is a long and straight, wooden wind instrument that Australian Aborigines traditionally use. Roughly the size of a man, it produces sound when you continuously blow into it.
- Didgeridoos often have drawings showing mythological elements of the Aboriginal culture or clanic symbols.
- While playing didgeridoo, you can imitate some natural sounds such as bird songs.