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- n. Plural form of buccan.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of buccan.
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Fitting, since the first barbecues were held on the beach on old Arawak grills called buccans that eventually brought us the words "barbecue" and "buccaneer" as sailors took up grilling.
Domingo, and the drying of their flesh in the native buccans for use at sea.