any of a wide variety of variously shaped bread rolls, usually leavened and slightly sweetened or plain, sometimes containing spices, dried currants, etc.
hair gathered into a round coil or knot at the nape of the neck or on top of the head in certain coiffures.
buns, Slang. the buttocks.
have a bun on, Slang. to be intoxicated:
Everyone at the party seemed to have a bun on.
blood urea nitrogen: the concentration of nitrogen in the blood in the form of urea, indicating kidney function.
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a small roll, similar to bread but usually containing sweetening, currants, spices, etc
any of various types of small round sweet cakes
a hairstyle in which long hair is gathered into a bun shape at the back of the head
(slang) have a bun in the oven, to be pregnant
A state of drunkenness; alcoholic exhilaration: A bun is a light jag (1900+)
The buttocks; bum •Originally ”the tail of a hare, scut”; first seen applied to persons in Scottish poetry (1530s+)
A single buttock; cheek: a boil on my left bun (1970s+)
blood urea nitrogen
bunko. a swindle in which a person is cheated at gambling, persuaded to buy a nonexistent, unsalable, or worthless object, or otherwise victimized. any misrepresentation. to victimize by a bunko. Contemporary Examples Daily Beast Writers Weigh In on Mitt Romney’s New Hampshire Primary Victory January 10, 2012 Historical Examples Over the Rocky Mountains R.M. Ballantyne […]
bunkum. insincere speechmaking by a politician intended merely to please local constituents. insincere talk; claptrap; humbug. Historical Examples The American Language Henry L. Mencken Southern Literature From 1579-1895 Louise Manly Island Nights’ Entertainments Robert Louis Stevenson A Far Country, Complete Winston Churchill The Million Dollar Mystery Harold MacGrath The Whirlpool George Gissing The Deserter, and […]
a foot having the form of a slightly flattened ball.
out of order; broken; unusable. bankrupt. Slang. dead. noun a stopper, esp of cork or rubber, for a cask, piece of laboratory glassware, etc short for bunghole verb (transitive) (often foll by up) to close or seal with or as with a bung: the car’s exhaust was bunged up with mud (Brit & Austral, slang) […]