Definition of Baboosh
1. babouche [n -ES] - See also: babouche
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Baboosh
baboosh (current term)
Literary usage of Baboosh
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal (1860)
"... el baboosh," resumed the pure-blooded, wandering son of Ish- mael," look at the boot Kol hadeed ! —Iron every bit of it. ..."
2. The history of the temple of Jerusalem: tr. from the MS. of Jalal-addín [or by James Reynolds (1836)
"... with sad plain, and tha with the three points; also baboosh, or Babus, being shin, or sin ; also Kur Shalah, or Kur Shallum, and Ariel and Salim, ..."
3. Diversions of a Diplomat in Turkey by Samuel Sullivan Cox (1887)
"... and substitute the fez for the turban, or the shoe for the slipper or baboosh. It was a long time before other ancient Moslem ways were eliminated. ..."