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buk

n. 1 (context in some dialects German Low German) (alternative spelling of Buuk lang=nds-de nocap=1 nodot=1) : stomach 2 (context in some dialects German Low German) (alternative spelling of Buuk lang=nds-de nocap=1 nodot=1) : belly, abdomen n. (label en military) A type of self-propelled anti-aircraft missile system from the Soviet Union.

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Bük

Bük is a town in Vas County, Hungary very close to the Austrian border. Nowadays it has a reputation for being a very popular holiday destination in Hungary and one of the major spa and wellnes spots in Central Europe.

Buk (drum)

The buk is a traditional Korean drum. While the term buk is a native Korean word used as a generic term meaning "drum" (the Sino-Korean word being go), it is most often used to refer to a shallow barrel-shaped drum, with a round wooden body that is covered on both ends with animal skin. Buk are categorized as hyeokbu (혁부, ) which are instruments made with leather, and has been used for jeongak (Korean court music) and folk music.

Bük

Bük is a town in Vas County, Hungary very close to the Austrian border. Nowadays it has a reputation for being a very popular holiday destination in Hungary and one of the major spa and wellnes spots in Central Europe.

Buk (disambiguation)

Buk is a town in western Poland.

Buk or BUK may also refer to:

Buk (Přerov District)

Buk is a village and municipality ( obec) in Přerov District in the Olomouc Region of the Czech Republic.

The municipality covers an area of , and has a population of 360 (as at 3 July 2006).

Buk lies approximately north of Přerov, south-east of Olomouc, and east of Prague.

Buk (Prachatice District)

Buk is a village and municipality ( obec) in Prachatice District in the South Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic.

The municipality covers an area of , and has a population of 283 (as at 28 August 2006).

Buk lies approximately west of Prachatice, west of České Budějovice, and south of Prague.

Usage examples of "buk".

She plied the coast route round the Black Sea ports, from Tibesk in the north round to Yalta, and from there she stopped at the picturesque seaside resorts of Bukim, Talinin, Sebastopol.