Bobbuh: One who cuts hair. 'Ah
wish you'd go to a different bobbuh."
Bobbycue: A delectable Southern
sandwich that is prepared properly
only in certain parts of North Carolina
It consists of chopped pork, slaw and
a fiery sauce made
of vinegar, red pepper and
ketchup. "Four bobbycues to go, please."
Bound to: Certain to. "Too much
beer is bound to give you a hang- over."
Break bad: To behave in a violent,
wanton or outrageous manner for
no discernible reason. "Ole Bill
broke bad last night and wound up
Break of: To induce the abandonment
of an undesirable trait or habit: 'Ah'm
gonna break that husband of mine of
lyin' to me if it's the last thing Ah do:'
Bub: A fragile glass object that converts
electricity into illumination. "Ah think that light
bubs burnt out:'
Bobwar: A spiky strand of metal used
to keep cattle inside an enclosed space.
"Watch out, you'll get caught on that
Bounden determined: Totally corn-
mitted to a. course of action, not al-
ways the wisest. "She's bounden de-
termined to marry him."
Bout: About, except in Tidewater Vir-
ginia where it~is pronounced "aboot."
"Ifs bout tLme to put out the fire and
call in the dawgs."
Bowut: In Charleston, S.C., a small
craft that conveys one across water.
"Where's the motor for this bowut?"
Boy: Any Southern white male under
the age of 50, usually preceded by the
words "good ote," meaning he is ami-
able, likes a drink now and then and
is fond of fishin', huntin' and good-
lookin women. "Clarence is a good
ole boy." or "Thet boy aint real braht."
Braht: Dazzling. "Venus is a braht
Branch: Part of a tree, but also a
small stream. "We'll cross that branch
when we come to it."
Bud: Small feathered creature that
flies. "A robin sure is a pretty bud."