Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. An English spelling of Spanish vino, wine, applied in the Philippine Islands to aguardiente.

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Examples

  • But in any event, as strong as Laesch ran in the generallast year, Bill Fosterwill beno Ruben Zamora in terms of the primaries.

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  • It is to say that in a society where jobs are issue numero uno (if everyone is employed therein theory would beno need to sell drugs on the street corner), that thereality of short shelf life, by accident or design, is inevitable.

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  • Sifuna ukwazi ngamagama aziswana ayezwakale emthonjeni yabezindaba ethi u Adv Dali Mpofu beno Dr Snuki, uma kunga Wina u comrade Zuma ePolokwane, (bemfanisa nenkawu) bona bosula ezikhundleni zabo

    Speech delivered by Hon SN Nxumalo of the Portfolio Committee on Communications

  • Once the new season starts there'll beno rest for the wicked.

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  • Every one carries something to eat, a big bottle full of beno (a native beverage) and a bottle of whiskey.

    A Soldier in the Philippines

  • One more point in the locker beno: Dj - Not wrong there!

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  • (Congo) Mbote Kituba (Congo) [to one person] Mbote na beno Kituba (Congo) [to several people]

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  • Welcome to the Premier League jub: im with you DJ and beno, it definitely is possible.

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