Bullroarer meaning

bo͝ol'rôr'ər
A small wooden slat attached to a string that makes a roaring noise when whirled.
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A device consisting of a flat piece of wood at the end of a string, which makes a roaring noise when whirled: used in traditional religious ceremonies of indigenous peoples of Australia.
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An ancient ritual musical instrument and means of communicating over extended distances, dating back to the Paleolithic period.
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