Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. A district on the west coast of Africa.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • September 18, 2008 11: 56 AM oh ... and dont just make it all work in calabar, make sure you have fun too.

    I will be MIA- Got an Award too

  • September 18, 2008 10: 21 AM enjoy calabar. i hear it's a great place

    I will be MIA- Got an Award too

  • October 5, 2008 11: 50 PM welcome back! so you even went to calabar? isha

    Standtall is Back

  • The calabar man's part, i laughed and laughed; but I felt sorry...the way you miss Bullus. aiyahhhh...kpele sweery!

    R.I.P BULLDOG

  • Ndo princessa we lost quite a no of our dogs to calabar people too.

    R.I.P BULLDOG

  • The 2nd to the last verse about the dog eating calabar man is fiction, right?

    R.I.P BULLDOG

  • I know this is supposed to be some kind of "sad moment"....but the "calabar man craving dog-meat" thing was HILARIOUS..

    R.I.P BULLDOG

  • Bullus is prolly resting in peace can that be? inside one calabar stew now! mcccchewwwww

    R.I.P BULLDOG

  • They sold the dog to a calabar peep? awwwwwwwwhhhhhhhh

    R.I.P BULLDOG

  • I remember once in calabar, a man a thief I think cos he had a nail hamered into his brain died on his knees by the roadside.

    ANOTHER CORPSE ON THE HIGHWAY!

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