Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Same as buchu.

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Examples

  • You can find recipes for some of the menu items — fresh lumpia, buko pie and halo halo — in " Memories of Philippine Kitchens, " a cookbook written by Mr. Dorotan and his wife, Amy Besa , which is on sale in the restaurant.

    Philippine Diaspora in Brooklyn

  • We head back to the jump off area and dropped by again at the small nipa hut for another round of buko juice and meat before we left the area.

    Davao Blogspace

  • Our server recommended pairing it with the buko (young coconut juice, $3), which was served cold in a wine glass with soft coconut shavings.

    Culture Guide

  • But while I was there, I kept seeing trays of buko pandan ($3.95) go by, so I had to try it.

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  • Get a non-alcoholic buko, as they call them at Subo, which is nothing but the coconut.

    Minnesota Monthly Web Edition

  • Do we need deep wells, big reservoir, pumps, etc.? further, i knew buko nato trabaho kali, peru kung puede yang ay ramay-ramay kita adong pag kita ay nabakasyon sa Sibale ay kita ay mapapahidom ag napapahinghing pa it salamat sa sibale web forum ag sibale def.

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  • Tan-a Sibale DEF mag home work para reli, buko man ninra trabaho, pinakang bulig yang.

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  • In many of the cocktails they've subbed out traditional juice mixers for more Philippines-based ingredients, including kalamansi juice, buko juice (coconut) and kaffir leaf.

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  • That means you cannot call people names or use expletives or profanity. patrice: my email is parcentina@yahoo. com patrice: We own a business selling buko juice and we would like to purchase aromatic coconut.

    PinoyPress

  • And they weren't cheap about including actual buko in it too - there were layers and layers of buko slices, sandwiched between a creamy macapuno filling.

    Pinoy Food & Other Cuisine :: Food PhotoBlog and Events

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