noun ca·ra·bao \ˌker-ə-ˈba, ˌkär-, ˌka-rə-\
plural ca·ra·bao or ca·ra·baos

Definition of CARABAO


Origin of CARABAO

Phillippine Spanish, from Visayan of Samar and Leyte karabáw
First Known Use: 1900


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