[ bˈabɪɹˌa͡ʊsə], [ bˈabɪɹˌaʊsə], [ b_ˈa_b_ɪ_ɹ_ˌaʊ_s_ə]
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How to use "Babiroussa" in context?
Babirusa, or babirusa (Babirusa babirusa) is a pig native to Southeast Asia, generally occurring in lowland rainforests. It is the most important game animal in the region, and is hunted extensively by locals.
Babirusa is a medium-sized pig, averaging between and in weight, with a well-defined snout, forward-pointing ears, and a long tail. Adult males typically weigh more than females. The skin is very tough, making it difficult to skin. This species is also white on the belly and below.
Homophones for Babiroussa:
- braces, break away, babyrousa, bercy, brooke, browse, borago, burg, bris, brage, braggy, bear hug, brake shoe, burka, breiz, burroughs, braky, braga, brusque, brazos, brooks, brace, burgoo, berk, breccia, barque, bars, bourgeois, borsch, break, barrack, bark, brash, borshch, bairiki, briss, brush, baby rose, barouche, biopiracy, beverage, boracic, boorish, bruch, bursa, biparous, barrage, braze, brogue, breeze, babirussa, barky, borage, brusk, bayberry wax, brackish, brushy, brooch, breach, breakax, borges, brass, brash oak, burqa, berg, burr oak, breakaxe, borzoi, brig, Baruch, breech, Bufo Boreas, breezy, break-axe, baric, burgh, brake, brewage, brusa, broca, boric, brioche, broach, burk, breeches, brassia, brick cheese, brick, barish, bryaceae, bruce, boreas, Brassicaceae, birch, burgess, breakage, borax, breakaway, bryozoa, brioschi, bruchus, brassie, broke, bragg, bare-ass, brisk, bruges, bragi, bear oak, bearish, borgia, beer keg, babirusa, borsh, braque, borassus, brook, booby prize, borough, baroque, bourse, baraka, bur oak, barge, bourgeoisie, brockhouse, brag, burke, brassica, Brescia, brassy, bierce, bargee, bruise, berceuse, braise.
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