Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Frambœsia.

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Examples

  • The Nigerians have their buba dress, and the Ugandans, their gomesi.

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  • She was dressed in a two-piece lace lappa, a buba-blouse, and a canopy of head gear to match.

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  • Wike was wearing a long-sleeved buba, pants, and a Fila hat.

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  • Billionaires for Wealthcare by 911TRUTH on Tuesday, Sep 15, 2009 at 10: 10: 55 PM flexcin by buba rae on Wednesday, Sep 16, 2009 at 2: 29: 54 AM

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  • View my complete profile tarzan trying to get all three of us in a tree, but buba couldent climb fast enough

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  • O fi de la mine buba? aneri: @Kanin, da, la acel Food Revolution ma refer.

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  • One of the two in the premises was said to have pointed a gun at the landlady, instructing her to keep quite or risk losing her life, the fifth one was being instructed by the leader of the gang, a woman, said to have been clad in buba and wrapper lace material.

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  • Dressed in a simple buba (Nigerian wear) and black trousers on this particular morning,

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  • Do It Your Self by Dave on Thursday 6 November 2008 at 1: 14 pm People love remodeling their homes and also their bathrooms, but now the times are changing with the credit crisis and the mortgage crisis and all that financial huba-buba going on is it still feasible to remodel your bathroom, in these bad times?

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