a tall orchid, Epiblema grandiflorum, of SW Australia with lilac to mauve flowers
an East Indian swine, Babyrousa babyrussa, the male of which has upper canine teeth growing upward through the roof of the mouth and curving toward the eyes, and lower canine teeth growing upward outside the upper jaw. Historical Examples At this time the babirusa may have entered Bouru, since it probably swims as well as […]
Bābī (def 1). Historical Examples Disloyalty was an essential corollary of Babism and not a consequence of the repression and persecution which it met. Bahaism and Its Claims Samuel Graham Wilson The Bahais are ignorant of the dogmas of Babism and of its history and its book. Bahaism and Its Claims Samuel Graham Wilson Babism, […]
a sweet, spongy yeast cake with raisins, traditionally made in the form of a high cylinder, either solid or with a hole, often glazed, and sometimes flavored with rum.
- Babo’s law
noun (chem) the law stating that the vapour pressure of a solution is reduced in proportion to the amount of solute added