boong

boong

(buːŋ)
n
taboo Austral an Aborigine or Black person
[C20: perhaps of native Australian origin]
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The phad pak boong or stir-fried morning glory is crunchy water spinach with a hint of fermented soy paste, and the stir-fried kale comes topped with Thai anchovy.
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Lee Boong Woo of the Combined Forces Command said in a news briefing.
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Kim Boong Ang, co-representative of the Organization of United Korean Youth in Japan, said he believes the greatest problem with the bills is that they increase the requirements for non-Japanese residents to stay legally in the country.
Have you any spare boong twist tobacco, as my soldiers who are about to go on a long patrol have none.
Still, Lee Boong, sales director for Walt Disney Home Video Korea, is bullish.
I was desperate and I think that made my mind just go boong.
No-one can be that black without being at least half boong.
We're going to give you something boongs like, aren't we boys,' he said menacingly, looking to the others for approval.