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dumbledore

/ˈdʌmbəlˌdɔː/
noun
1.
(English, dialect) a bumblebee Also (Southwest English) drumbledrane
Word Origin
Old English dumble, variant of drumble to move sluggishly + dor humming insect
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n.

1787, noted as a dialect word in Hampshire, Cornwall, etc. for "a bumblebee."

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