MEANING: noun: An ill-bred, vulgar man.

ETYMOLOGY: From bound (to leap or jump), from French bondir (to bounce), from Latin bombitare (to hum), from Latin bombus (humming), from Greek bombos (booming, humming). Earliest documented use: 1842.

BOXUNDER - what is beneath the gazinta, with the gazonta uppermost. See also GO-UNDER

BOULDER - more stonily impudent

B.U. UNDER - site of much of the action in Neal Stephenson's The Big U