Bore

Bore, a watery ridge rushing violently up an estuary, due to a strong tidal wave travelling up a gradually narrowing channel. Bores are common in the estuary of the Ganges and other Asiatic rivers, in those of Brazil, and at the mouth of the Severn, in England.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Bordone * Boreas
Booth, William
Boothia
Booton
Bopp, Franz
Bora, Katharina
Borda
Bordeaux
Border Minstrel
Borders, the
Bordone
Bore
Boreas
Borghese
Borghesi, Count
Borgia, Cæsar
Borgia, Franceso
Borgia, Lucretia
Borgu
Borlase, William
Born, Bertrand
Borne, Ludwig

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Bore in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

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