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Bucco

Bucco is a genus of puffbird in the Bucconidae family.

It contains the following species:

  • Collared puffbird (Bucco capensis)
  • Chestnut-capped puffbird (Bucco macrodactylus)
  • Sooty-capped puffbird (Bucco noanamae)
  • Spotted puffbird (Bucco tamatia)

Category:Bird genera Category:Bucconidae Category:Animals described in 1760

Usage examples of "bucco".

At the dinner table, Pellam looked out over the spread of osso bucco, mashed sweet potatoes, green bean salad, broccoli.

We ordered beer, a mixed antipasto, spaghetti with capers and olives and garlic, and osso bucco from a lithe, young woman who seemed genuinely happy to serve us.

Drop in for a seasonal menu, which features hearty winter rib-grippers such as veal osso bucco with creamy roast garlic mushroom polenta and braised greens or somewhat lighter warm-weather fare such as cumin-crusted ahi tuna with beluga lentils, roasted vegetables, and red wine sauce.

Pellam looked out over the spread of osso bucco, mashed sweet potatoes, green bean salad, broccoli.

But most simply sat and watched and waited, with their arms around their buccarans or dammias, or about their sires and dams, or their buccoes and dammsels, or granthers and grandams, or uncles, aunts, cousins, or other relatives or friends, for they knew nought else to do.

Yes, bucco, I believe you are right: it has to be the tent of a surrogate.

And their firstborns in turn renewed the pledge and took up the weaponry skills: slings for the buccoes of Small Urus, knives for the dammsels of Little Riatha.

There is no one answer, but as a general rule: if the waiter seems to be the sort of person one wants as a lifelong friend, then does it matter if the osso bucco ever arrives?

And on many a long winter night in yesteryears, Tomlin or Petal had spoken of those bygone days, had told their buccoes and dammsels of the deeds of their namesakes, and of the monster they pursued.