Definition of Baboosh

1. babouche [n -ES] - See also: babouche



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Baboosh

babkas
babkinite
bablah
bablahs
baboo
babool
babools
baboon
babooneries
baboonery
baboonish
baboonlike
baboons
baboos
baboosh (current term)
babooshes
babooshka
babooshkas
babouche
babouches
baboushka
baboushkas
babu
babuche
babuches
babudom
babudoms
babuism
babuisms

Literary usage of Baboosh

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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. ..."

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