Nutt had had his lambing-pens, that year, down in the hollow where there was “burra” from the winds.
"I think we must not make for burra Wick after all," he said.
Like a family of monkeys the natives decorated the tree, while below was burra Moti giving lusty battle to the tusker.
“All burra sahib like durian,” said the Kling, showing his white teeth.
"Salaam, burra Dakktar," she said, lapsing into Hindustani and bringing the visit to an end.
“burra Saib; Saib,” said the Indian; and immediately retired.
burra judge sahib bhote bhote salaam send uppiser sah 'b—'ope not dekhe after sahib cook-maid.
When I was a child I was beating a burra, but my father stopped my hand, and chided me.
It was a business with a great reputation and patronised by all the burra Memsahibs of Calcutta.
Yes; you have been a ‘burra Shikarree’ as well as a ‘burra Sahib.’