Bum′-bail′iff, an under-bailiff; Bum′-boat, boat for carrying provisions to a ship, originally a Thames scavenger's boat.
"Bum—I tell you, you'll fall down, little spring bird," repeated Giacobbe at the top of his lungs.
That short, stout-looking man in boots and buckskins, is his assistant, vulgarly called his Bum.
The Bum Actor's face was deathly white and his pistol hand trembled a little, but he did not flinch.
Bum vay (R211,d), by my faith: original spelling vei: cf. Fr.
Over the road leans a flat outcrop of stone, known locally as “The Bum's Rock.”
They served us desserts made with Bum Berry goo As we danced to the tune of the didgeridoo.
From their palace they showed us the wonderful view, And we saw all the fields where the Bum Berries grew.
Bum´ble, beadle of the workhouse where Oliver Twist was born and brought up.
The term Pan, means one dollar, Bum Pan means a half dollar.