backra

backra

(ˈbækrə; ˈbʌkrə)
n
1. a White person
2. someone who lives like a White person
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assigned than what backra thought it ought to take for wogs to scoop and
When it backfires, he boards a sailboat bound for the Caribbean, where he becomes a boss, or backra, at a sugar plantation.
And so, she has been I suppose a 'backative' [support, in the sense that] when we want to institute discipline [and] she is behind us or in agreement or even the spearheader [sic] of it then we can know that this is not a topic that somebody could say "it's because you are [or a prescribed colour], it's because you are backra master", because even if it is a painful topic .
Lady Godiva Pru Poretta and Kusumika Chatterjee will be running the Imagination Cafe Storytellers session, Hillfields Young People's Bollywood Dance Group will be performing, local poet Jon Morley of Heaventree Press will be reading from his latest collection Backra Man, and local children's writer, Ann Evans will be talking about her latest book, Rampage.
Buckra Johnny\ Backra Johnny\Poor Backra (Poor whites) mbukara (Ibo Nigeria) also referred to as the red legs in Barbados.
So one day leapin ahead a de governor dogs turnin malitia on to itself wrappin dem up in de hickey like hell cuttin de tongue a de backra man bell