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by jingo

/baɪ ˈdʒɪŋgoʊ/ (say buy 'jinggoh)

phrase
1. Colloquial (an exclamation expressing agreement, affirmation, etc.)
noun
2. Qld, Especially North Qld a frozen flavoured confection on a stick. Compare icy pole, paddle-pop; Especially Qld, NSW, ACT, SA and Tasmania iceblock (def. 2); Especially WA and Tasmania popsicle.
Also, by-jingo, byjingo. {origin uncertain, first used in conjurer's jargon; def. 2, trademark}

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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