Definition of Bauks

1. bauk [v] - See also: bauk



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bauks

baudrick
baudricks
baudrics
baudrons
baudronses
bauds
bauera
baueras
bauhinia
bauhinias
bauk
bauked
bauking
bauks (current term)
baulk
baulk-line
baulk colour
baulk colours
baulk end
baulk ends
baulk line
baulk lines
baulked
baulker
baulkers
baulkier
baulkiest
baulking

Literary usage of Bauks

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1. A New Universal Gazetteer: Or Geographical Dictionary by Jedidiah Morse, Richard Cary Morse (1823)
"Bau:«, r. ÍT. America, in Yucatan, falls into tiie bay of Honduras, in Ion. 91" 15' W. lat 14° M N. ÖD its bauks the English have their principal ..."

2. Christian missions: their agents, their method, and their results by Thomas William M. Marshall (1862)
"On the bauks of «the magnificent Ucayali, » the only Europeans they met were « those excellent persons whose aim had been to rescue its inhabitants from the ..."

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