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Definition of the noun Buro

What does Buro mean as a name of something?

Buro is a genus of Siganidae, described by Lacepède in 1803.

Business

Buro a.k.a. Büro is a record label.

Music

"Buro" is a musical album of Burro Banton.

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Miscellanea

Buro a.k.a. Deg Language: Deg is a Gur language of Ghana, with a thousand speakers in Ivory Coast. Vagla is a related language.

Phrases with Buro

  1. Buro Brunneus
  2. Species Buro Brunneus
  3. Genus Buro

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Buro

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Google previewThe Ethnic Food Lover's Companion (2010)

A Sourcebook for Understanding the Cuisines of the World by Eve Zibart

Buro is a mixture of raw fish and raw rice ...

Google previewFolktales from Somalia (1988)

by Ahmed Hanghe

Haan buro is a water vessel made from the root-fibre of the Argeeg plant; more durable than ones made of qabo. The Children Escape When the children opened the forbidden container, 119.

Google previewMuseums and Communities (2013)

Curators, Collections and Collaboration by Viv Golding, Wayne Modest

Buro is the Romani word for non-Romani or peasant. An independent administrative body under The Ministry of Government Administration and Reform was set up in 1980 to ensure enforcement of the Data Register ...

Google previewPlayful Performers

African Children's Masquerades by Simon Ottenberg, David Aaron Binkley

The term buro is a general one for sacrifice at any of the many types of Dogon shrines the villages possess. In principle each echelon in the kinship and ward system has its own altar or shrine and sacrifices at irregular intervals are made at ...

Google previewCanada lancet (1863) (1864)

Chancroidal Buro is an inflammation of the glands of the groin. It may be either sympathetic or virulent. Any irritation of the genital organs may produce the former, and suppuration does not necessarily ensue on this simple form, nor would its ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Britannica, Or a Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Miscellaneous Literature (1810)

Buro. been scooped out, and the place so ingeniously filled,. The. burying-places . in. China. are. always. fituated. at ...". t China. China, only the pronunciation; which indeed appears to be. The emperor marches with still more magnificence, ...

Google previewSomali-English and English-Somali Dictionary (1897)

by Évangéliste de Larajasse (père.)

buro', m.n., a mound of sand ; bura'ha . buro iss ku yal, m.n., a range of mountains ; burihi iss ku yil (plur.), the...

Google previewAn Etymological Dictionary of the Romance Languages

by F. Diez

bureito a coarse cloth, buroteìio die., bureiia, birjose dungeons are from bujo buro. For the same L . Word in another form (birrus = a coarse mantle Vopiscus and Pa.pias) v. berretto .

Google previewThe Royal Dictionary (1893)

In Two Parts, English and Hindustani, and Hindustani and English

bad profession, immoral; - шиш, (buro kam se zindagi basar k., luchcbápan) bad way of living, profligacy; -mast,(nashe men, shahwati) drunk, lustful: — mastí, (nasbá, sbahwat) ...

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Scrabble value of B3U1R1O1

The value of this 4-letter word is 6 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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