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  • Definitions starting with B: bruggudum
    Entry: See BRIGGADUM. ...

  • Definitions starting with B: bruh
    Entry: See BRA ...

  • Definitions starting with B: bruiser
    Entry: [cf. BRUISE 2] n. 1. an instrument for making conch tender, usually a foot-long wooden club or a soft-drink bottle. (White) 2. a club for ...

  • Definitions starting with B: brush
    Entry: See TAR BRUSH. ...

  • Definitions starting with B: bubba
    Entry: /bóba/ [Gul. idem (Gonzales 1922:291) or younger brother; cf. Krio bobo little boy (Hancock p.c.); cf. US dial. bub, bubby, bubber brother, used especially in ...

  • Definitions starting with B: bubu
    Entry: See BOOBOO. ...

  • Definitions starting with B: bubby
    Entry: /bóbi/ [Atlantic; OED obs. or dial. 1725; cf. also Scots bubbies CSD, W3 bobby, booby idem] n. 1. a woman's breasts (considered vulgar). (Gen.) 2. ...

  • Definitions starting with B: buckly whitey
    Entry: [from lignum vitae] n. 1. the lignum vitae tree, Guiacum officinale. = LIGDUM VITAE, NIGLUM VITAE (Andros) 2. a tree (sp?) resembling the lignum vitae, ...

  • Definitions starting with B: buckra sweet potato
    Entry: [cf. BUCKRA and DJE backra yam a fine or delicate variety of yam] n. a variety of sweet potato with white skin. (Andros, San Sal., ...

  • Definitions starting with B: buck-up
    Entry: [cf. BUCK (UP)] n. (of cars, etc.). a collision (Gen.) all buck-up go: anything goes: 1936 (Dupuch 121). All that buck-up go in this rush ...

  • Definitions starting with B: bud
    Entry: v. [OED, to begin to grow] to begin to develop breasts: She buddin'. cf. SPUDDIN' (POTATOES) (Exuma) ...

  • Definitions starting with B: bud grass
    Entry: [from BIRD GRASS, BUR GRASS] n. 1. bird grass, Cenchrus echinatus, a grass with burs (older pronunciation). = BIRD GRASS, BUR GRASS (Mayag.) 2. a ...

  • Definitions starting with B: bud pepper
    Entry: See BIRD PEPPER ...

  • Definitions starting with B: buffalo
    Entry: /bófala/ [convergence with the seman-tically unrelated Eng. word seems coincidental; the phonological shape probably derives from an African form such as Yoruba bu moldy DYL ...

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