Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A drink made of rum, sugar, water, and nutmeg.
- n. A native name in Sierra Leone for a fragrant resin resembling incense, which is yielded by the bumbo- or bungo-tree, Daniellia thurifera, as a result of punctures of the twigs and branches by an insect. See bungo-tree.
“BUT – I do find it helps to rotate him through different positions and places – in his exersaucer, in a bouncy chair, in a bumbo, on his tummy, on his back, sitting up …”
“The bumbo seat has also had to be put out of service since she worked out how to get out of it easily and I caught her doing a headstand.”
“Here's my lovely little boy sat in the bumbo with his hat on next to his great-granddad and looking like a little gnome!”
“Will leave you with a pic of my now hefty girl looking very Victorian with a big bumbo skirt!”
“I wondered what she was going to say next, that she wanted to chase the bumbo claat bald heads out of town.”
“Yesterday I got out the bumbo chair for you to try out.”
“I think you liked the new perspective of the world sitting up in your bumbo chair gave you.”
“BUT - I do find it helps to rotate him through different positions and places - in his exersaucer, in a bouncy chair, in a bumbo, on his tummy, on his back, sitting up...”
“Luhya (Marachi): luoba Luhya (Samia): obwoba Luhya (Tachoni): obwaba, bumbo Luo: obuolo, obwolo Maa: osuyai Mbeere: ikunu Meru: makunu Pokot: kelyomough, oota, ooten (plural)”
“A very large marble is a bumbo and a very small one a peawee.”
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Naturally occurring gums and resins.
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