5-letter words containing bu

  • -burg — burg or borough
  • abuja — the federal capital of Nigeria, in the centre of the country. Pop: 467 000 (2005 est)
  • abuna — the title given to the head of the Ethiopian Orthodox church
  • abura — A medium-sized tropical African tree, Mitragyne macrophylla, from the family Loganiaceae.R:MW3 1976 page=8(First attested in the mid 20th century.)0.
  • aburn — Burning.
  • abury — Avebury (def 2).
  • abuse — Abuse of someone is cruel and violent treatment of them.
  • abuts — Third-person singular simple present indicative form of abut.
  • abutt — Archaic form of abut.
  • abuzz — If someone says that a place is abuzz with rumours or plans, they mean that everyone there is excited about them.
  • album — An album is a record with about 25 minutes of music on each side. You can also refer to a collection of songs that is available on a record or CD as an album.
  • arbus — Diane, original name Diane Nemerov. 1923–71, US photographer, noted esp for her portraits of vagrants, dwarfs, transvestites, etc
  • babul — any of several leguminous trees of the genus Acacia, esp A. arabica of N Africa and India, which bear small yellow flowers and are a source of gum arabic, tannin, and hardwood
  • babur — (born Zahir ud-Din Mohammed) 1483-1530; founder & 1st emperor (1526-30) of the Mogul dynasty of India
  • babus — a Hindu title of address equivalent to Sir, Mr., or Esquire.
  • barbu — a threadfin, Polydactylus virginicus, inhabiting western Atlantic coastal waters.
  • buaze — a flowering shrub commonly found in savannah woodland areas of Africa
  • bubal — any of various antelopes, esp an extinct N African variety of hartebeest
  • bubba — brother
  • bubby — a woman's breast
  • buber — Martin. 1878–1965, Jewish theologian, existentialist philosopher, and scholar of Hasidism, born in Austria, whose works include I and Thou (1923), Between Man and Man (1946), and Eclipse of God (1952)
  • bubus — a long, loose-fitting, brightly colored garment worn by both sexes in parts of Africa.
  • buchu — any of several S African rutaceous shrubs of the genus Barosma, esp B. betulina, whose leaves are used as an antiseptic and diuretic
  • bucko — a lively young fellow: often a term of address
  • bucks — Buckinghamshire
  • buddy — A buddy is a close friend, usually a male friend of a man.
  • budge — If someone will not budge on a matter, or if nothing budges them, they refuse to change their mind or to come to an agreement.
  • buell — Don Carlos [kahr-lohs] /ˈkɑr loʊs/ (Show IPA), 1818–98, Union general in the U.S. Civil War.
  • buffa — a comedic actress or clown in an opera
  • buffe — plate armor for the lower part of the face and the throat, used with a burgonet.
  • buffo — (in Italian opera of the 18th century) a comic part, esp one for a bass
  • buffs — plate armor for the lower part of the face and the throat, used with a burgonet.
  • buffy — of a dull yellow or yellowish-brown colour
  • buggy — A buggy is the same as a baby buggy.
  • bugle — A bugle is a simple brass musical instrument that looks like a small trumpet. Bugles are often used in the army to announce when activities such as meals are about to begin.
  • build — If you build something, you make it by joining things together.
  • built — Built is the past tense and past participle of build.
  • buist — an identification mark on livestock made with paint or tar
  • bulg. — Bulgaria(n)
  • bulge — If something such as a person's stomach bulges, it sticks out.
  • bulgy — having a bulge or bulges
  • bulks — copies of newspapers sold in bulk at a discounted price to hotels, airlines, etc, who issue them free to their customers
  • bulky — Something that is bulky is large and heavy. Bulky things are often difficult to move or deal with.
  • bull- — of a bull or bulls
  • bulla — a leaden seal affixed to a papal bull, having a representation of Saints Peter and Paul on one side and the name of the reigning pope on the other
  • bully — A bully is someone who uses their strength or power to hurt or frighten other people.
  • bulow — Prince Bernhard von (ˈbɛrnhart fɔn). 1849–1929, chancellor of Germany (1900–09)
  • bulse — a purse or bag for diamonds
  • bumbo — a drink with gin or rum, nutmeg, lemon juice, etc
  • bumph — alt. spelling of bumf

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