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Definition of Bougie
Bougie Bou*gie", n. [F. bougie wax candle, bougie, fr. Bougie,
Bugia, a town of North Africa, from which these candles were
first imported into Europe.]
1. (Surg.) A long, flexible instrument, that is
Note: introduced into the urethra, esophagus, etc., to remove
obstructions, or for the other purposes. It was
originally made of waxed linen rolled into cylindrical
2. (Pharm.) A long slender rod consisting of gelatin or some
other substance that melts at the temperature of the body.
It is impregnated with medicine, and designed for
introduction into urethra, etc.
Meaning of Bougie from wikipedia
- Arabic: بِجَايَة, Bijayah; Berber
languages: B****et, B****eth), formerly Bougie
and Bugia, is a Mediterranean
port city on the Gulf of Béjaïa in Algeria;...
is the city of Béjaïa, Algeria. Bougie
may also refer
to: Adjective. Bebe Zahara Benet
in RuPaul's Drag Race: All Stars
3, a label given
is a long-lasting, noncontagious autoimmune disease characterized
by raised areas
skin. These areas
red, or purple...
is a disease involving abnormal collections
of inflammatory cells
that form lumps known
as granulomata. The disease usually begins
in the lungs...
Jean "Tizon" Bougie
(January 11, 1886 - October
19, 1918) was a Canadian professional
player. He pla**** one game with the...
- Bougie occurred
in 1555 when Salah
Rais, the Ottoman ruler
of Algiers, took the city of Béjaïa from the Spaniards. The main fortification
- Louis-Pierre Bougie
(August 16, 1946 - January
10, 2011) was a Canadian painter
and printmaker specialized
and etching. He developed
- Béjaïa (formerly Bougie
) from a small fishing village
into a larger, fortified
al-Nasiriya in honor
the emir, Bougie developed
into a sophisticated...
- La Bougie
(French: [la bu.ʒi dy sa.pœʁ]) is a French satirical newspaper launched
in 1980 that is published
only on Leap Day, making
it the world’s...
is also known
as the co-host of the food-based web shows Basic
, the upcoming
on MTV, and Send Foodz
on Thrillist. He...
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