Gum-digger

Gum-digger
dentist

Dictionary of Australian slang . 2013.

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  • Gum-digger — Gum diggers were men and women who dug for kauri gum, a fossilised resin, in the old kauri fields of New Zealand at the end of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The gum was used mainly for varnish.The term may be a source for the nick …   Wikipedia

  • gum-digger — gumˈ digger noun 1. A person who digs up fossilized kauri gum (NZ) 2. A dentist (old Aust informal) • • • Main Entry: ↑gum …   Useful english dictionary

  • gum-digger — /ˈgʌm dɪgə / (say gum diguh) noun 1. NZ someone who is employed digging up fossilised kauri gum. 2. Colloquial a dentist. –gum digging, noun …  

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  • Gum — or GUM may refer to:Confectionary* Chewing gum * Functional chewing gum or Functional gum * Bubble gum * Wine gum * Gumdrop * Gum base * Gum industryNatural gums* Gum anima * Gum arabic * Cassia gum * Dammar gum * Gellan gum * Guar gum * Locust… …   Wikipedia

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  • Kauri-Harz — Im Kauri Museum verkauftes Harz Kauri Harz (englisch: kauri gum) ist das aus fossilen Lagerstätten gewonnene oder aus lebenden Bäumen gezapfte Harz des Kauribaumes in Neuseeland. Kauriwälder bedeckten früher einen großen Teil des Nordteils der… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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