light horse

12 aussie slang definitions
  • brumby

    A wild horse with long matted mane and tail and of ill-breeding.
  • buck-jumper

    A horse when apeing the contortionist and vigorously leaping, from place to place at the same time.
  • light horse

    Australian Cavalry.
  • moke

    A poor horse.
  • neddy

    A horse.
  • pack-horse

    Horse that carries material.
  • prop

    A horse stopping suddenly.
  • pulling a horse

    To prevent a horse from winning a race.
  • stock-horse

    Horse used in driving cattle.
  • nip

    The club is very light to increase the swing speed with a sweet spot the size if Texas. Nike Air Max 87 http://www.airmaxpascherdesfr.com/homme/nike-air-max-87/
  • didjeridoo, didgeridoo

    G'day 2KM and 2KJ,Strike a light, that's a dinki di Aussie song and you blokes sing it so well. Strewth, it's a bewdy. There's nihnotg more dinkum than saying g'day to a mate.Now in English for those confused Oh, my gosh, that's a real Australian song and you all sing it so well. Wow, it's a good one. There's nihnotg more real than saying hello to a friend.I have the song on iTunes and have used it in class in the past. My favourite Australian song would probably be Waltzing Matilda . It's the song of a person who steals a sheep and throws himself into a billabong (pond) rather than being taken by police. When Australia was deciding on a new National Anthem to replace God Save the Queen , many suggested we use the music from Waltzing Matilda but it was thought not to be a good idea as it was about a person stealing a sheep. We have Advance Australia Fair as our National Anthem.Ross Mannell (NSW)Australia