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Bo-tree

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A corruption of bodhi or bodhiruʹma (the tree of wisdom), under which Sakyamuni used to sit when he concocted the system called Buddhism.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Blues (The)
Bluff (To)
Bluff Harry or Hal
Blunderbore
Blunderbuss
Blunt
Blunt (Major-General)
Blurt out (To)
Blush
Bo or Boh
Bo-tree
Boa
Boanergēs (sons of thunder)
Boar
Boar (The)
Boar’s Flesh
Boar’s Head. [The Christmas dish.]
Board
Board
Board of Green Cloth
Board School (A)

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Bo-tree