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baba au rhum

[ bah-buhoh ruhm; French ba-baoh rawm ]
/ ˈbɑ bə oʊ ˈrʌm; French ba ba oʊ ˈrɔm /
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noun, plural ba·bas au rhum [bah-buhz oh ruhm; French ba-bazoh rawm]. /ˈbɑ bəz oʊ ˈrʌm; French ba ba zoʊ ˈrɔm/.
a baba steeped in rum syrup.
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Origin of baba au rhum

1930–35; <French: baba with rum
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