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Blackfella (also blackfellah, black fella, or black fellah) is an informal term used in Australian English to refer to Indigenous Australians. It is a concatenation of the words "black" and "fellow", referring to their dark skin.
- Blackfellas, 1993 film adaptation of Archie Weller's 1981 novel The Day of the Dog
- Blackfella Films
- Australian English
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