bulala lamp/bʊˈlɑːla -/, a battery-charged head-lamp used in hunting.
1952H. KleinLand of Silver Mist 161He did his lion shooting at night by the light of a ‘bulala lamp’, an electric killing lamp fixed to an elastic band around his head, which flashed a powerful beam of light into the lions’ eyes, dazzling them momentarily and giving him time to get in his shot.
1961D. BeeChildren of Yesterday 213Nigel..adjusted the light on his hat. It was connected to a battery-case in his left breast-pocket and was of the type commonly known as the bulala-lamp.
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