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Bou is a commune in the Loiret department in north-central France. The village is situated in the greater Orléans area, in a meander of the river Loire, 14km east of Orléans and 9km west of the town of Jargeau. Bou is separated by fields from the villages of Mardié and Chécy, which lie to the north. The village of Bou was traditionally an agricultural area, producing cereal crops and vegetables and a local wine known as Gris-meunier. The inhabitants of Bou are known as Boumiens.
Bou is a town and commune in the Loiret département of northern-central France.
Bou or BOU may also refer to:
- Bou (name)
- Bank of Uganda
- Basis of Union (disambiguation), various organizations
- British Ornithologists' Union
- Boulder Geomagnetic Observatory
- Bou (1998 film)
Bou is both a surname and a given name. Notable people with the name include:
- Bou Minisuka (born 1983), ex-guitarist An Cafe
- Antoni Bou (born 1987), World Motorcycle Trials Champion
- Bou Hmara (circa 1860-1909), pretender to the throne of Morocco
- Gabrielle Bou Rached (born 1986), former Miss Lebanon
- Gustavo Bou (born 1990), Argentinian footballer
- Bou Keng Wan, one of the two main characters in the manhua series Fung Wan
- Bou Tin, a supporting character in the manhua series Fung Wan
Bou (English : Mother) is an Oriya drama film released on 28 September 1998. It was directed, produced and written by Sabyasachi Mohapatra. Usasi Misra, Jyoti Misra and Akshaya Bastia debuted in the film.
Usage examples of "bou".
I went first to a place called Fumta Bou Beker, twenty-five minutes from our encampment.
Fumta Bou Beker is quite an independent village, and that all the great towns and villages here have an independent jurisdiction of their own.
Of the rest of the habitations, a few are stone sheds, but the greater part are huts made of the dry stalks of the fine herb called bou rekabah, in the form of a conical English haystack, and are very snug, impervious alike to rain and sun.
Tagama, as the bou rekaba is the principal food of poor families in Aheer.
Mohammed Ben Amud Bou Saad, at a salary of ten reals of Fezzan a month.
Tarzan was beginning to hope that, after all, the rumor might have been false, when suddenly Gernois was ordered to Bou Saada in the Petit Sahara far to the south.
Thus it was that the company of SPAHIS marched on that afternoon toward Bou Saada without him.
One of them said that the stranger who had offered money for your slaying lay in the house of Akmed din Soulef with a broken wrist, but that he had offered a still greater reward if some would lay in wait for you upon the road to Bou Saada and kill you.
It was decided that although three of them would have to ride after practically no sleep, it would be best to make an early start in the morning, and attempt to ride all the way to Bou Saada in one day.
It seemed to Tarzan that he had not closed his eyes before he was awakened, and in another hour the party was on its way south toward Bou Saada.
Thus, seven guns strong, they entertained little fear of attack by day, and if all went well they should reach Bou Saada before nightfall.
There is no necessity for my being at Bou Saada tonight, and less still why you should not ride in peace.
Tarzan could not tell whether the Arabs, satisfied with their losses, had given up the fight, or were waiting farther along the road to waylay them as they proceeded on toward Bou Saada.
There came the wild shouts of a new party to the controversy, and the pounding of the feet of many horses from down the road to Bou Saada.
The little battle so close to Bou Saada had drawn out a company of soldiers.