[ bˈabəɹˌʌsə], [ bˈabəɹˌʌsə], [ b_ˈa_b_ə_ɹ_ˌʌ_s_ə]
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How to use "Babirussa" in context?
The babirussa is a spirited and beloved animal that has been enjoyed by people for centuries. First mentioned in written form in the 1300s, the babirusa is believed to be derived from an ancient Asian ox that crossed into Eurasia and mixed with European breeds of livestock. The babirusa is a massive animal, standing at up to two and a half meters at the shoulder and weighing an impressive two hundred kilograms. It ranges in color from pale tan to deep mahogany, with a unique long mane that hangs down the back of its neck.
Homophones for Babirussa:
- breccia, brass, bairiki, babyrousa, brockhouse, borzoi, borsch, brassie, bierce, borassus, brush, breech, brisk, brassica, borgia, breakaxe, brake, bearish, barque, berg, bragg, breeze, brash, bragi, bris, broke, bear oak, borges, bark, birch, brash oak, baraka, baby rose, brusa, beer keg, biopiracy, burgoo, brick, babirusa, breiz, braces, bruch, braggy, briss, burka, braque, bryozoa, brewage, brag, break, bruchus, brassy, babiroussa, borago, burr oak, bare-ass, braga, booby prize, boracic, burg, breakage, broach, berceuse, browse, breakaway, baroque, bruges, brassia, barge, brusque, boreas, brooke, Baruch, Bufo Boreas, borshch, burgess, burroughs, Brassicaceae, brook, bourgeoisie, borough, breezy, braze, bur oak, break-axe, bear hug, brooks, breeches, borax, beverage, brake shoe, bourse, brazos, boric, breach, bargee, boorish, bryaceae, barrage, brage, brace, barouche, berk, barky, bayberry wax, broca, break away, bruise, brooch, bars, brushy, brig, baric, brackish, bruce, burqa, bourgeois, Brescia, barish, bercy, brioschi, brogue, bursa, burgh, borage, barrack, biparous, burk, borsh, brioche, brusk, burke, braky, breakax, braise, brick cheese.
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