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Bumboat
Bumboat Bum"boat`, n. [From bum the buttocks, on account of its clumsy form; or fr. D. bun a box for holding fish in a boat.] (Naut.) A clumsy boat, used for conveying provisions, fruit, etc., for sale, to vessels lying in port or off shore.
bumbolo
Bombolo Bom"bo*lo, n.; pl. Bomboloes. [Cf. It bombola a pitcher.] A thin spheroidal glass retort or flask, used in the sublimation of camphor. [Written also bumbelo, and bumbolo.]
bumbolo
Bumbelo Bum"be*lo, n.; pl. Bumbeloes. [It. bombola.] A glass used in subliming camphor. [Spelled also bombolo and bumbolo.]
Subumbonal
Subumbonal Sub`um*bo"nal, a. (Zo["o]l.) Beneath or forward of the umbos of a bivalve shell.

Meaning of Bumbo from wikipedia

- as bumbo or bumboo) is a drink made from rum, water, sugar, and nutmeg. Cinnamon is sometimes substituted for or added to the nutmeg. Modern bumbo is...
- The Legend of Bum-bo is a 2019 indie roguelike deck-building puzzle video game developed by designer Edmund McMillen and programmer James Interactive....
- The Breaking of Bumbo is a 1970 British comedy film written and directed by Andrew Sinclair, a former Coldstream Guards National service officer that...
- actress who starred in The Taming of the Shrew (1967 film), The Breaking of Bumbo (1970) and Father, Dear Father (1973). Pyne was born in Crawley, Sus****...
- And Then Came Bumbo... (Russian: И вот пришёл Бумбо…) is a 1984 Soviet family film directed by Nadezhda Kosheverova. The film tells about a sick girl...
- fourth on floor. She placed fifth on beam and seventh on vault. At the 2010 Bumbo Cup in Pretoria, South Africa, Ohashi captured the junior-division gold...
- mixed with water or beer to make grog) and piracy (where it was consumed as bumbo). Rum has also served as a po****r medium of economic exchange, used to...
- range of roles in television and film productions including The Breaking of Bumbo (1970), Home (1970) opposite Sir Ralph Richardson and Sir John Gielgud,...
- His film career has included roles in Baby Love (1969), The Breaking of Bumbo (1970), That Lucky Touch (1975), High Road to China (1983) and Parting Shots...
- might be a cannibal, Bumbo spots Stymie's candy and shouts "Yumm Yumm Eat-Em-Up, Eat-Em-Up!" In an effort to take the candy, Bumbo chases the children...
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