The meaning of "Vi-me à Nora"

I can not find any solutions in any dictionaries.

@amkjers, nora is nowadays mostly used to refer to daughters-in-law, but it’s also the name of an ancient device used to pull water from wells (i.e. water wheel), usually via animal traction. The animals would be attached to a part of it and circle around the well, blindfolded to minimize the dizziness.

The expression “vi-me à nora” refers to this device and applies to any situation where we mentally go around in circles trying to figure something out :slight_smile: