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Billabong = a branch of a river forming a backwater or stagnant pool, made by water flowing from the main stream during a flood.

Origin mid 19th century: from Wiradhuri bilabang (originally as the name of the Bell River, New South Wales), from billa ‘water’ + bang ‘channel that is dry except after rain.’

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