buckra

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buckra

(ˈbʌkrə)
n
(used contemptuously by Black people, esp in the US) a White man
[C18: probably from Efik mba-ka-ra master]
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buckra

[ˈbʌkrə] N (US) (pej) → blanco m
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Many a time she had told him how those wicked, hell-bent buckras spent Sundays in sin.
An' no matter if de buckra is at Blue Brook or up-North whe' dey stays most o' de time, I has all de victuals an' money I wants.