noun, plural bo·bos.
Examples from the Web for bobo
Josh Wool caught up with the Kansas native at Bobo, one of his favorite West Village restaurants.
I told Bobo that my friend was guilty of the same charge, but Bobo told everybody that only I had done it, and not my friend.
The infamous Bobo was telling people that I had slept with a hooker.
He said that he had never told lies about me, that he wished we were still friends, and that Bobo had spread all the stories.
Meanwhile Bobo sat on his haunches and mournfully looked at what was going on.Six Little Bunkers at Mammy June's|Laura Lee Hope
In like noble spirit did the illustrious Bobo, for the love of roast pig, burn down his father's house.The Foot-path Way|Bradford Torrey
Bobo would have preferred to go alone, but Eskiwin would take no denial.In the Track of the Troops|R.M. Ballantyne
Bobo” his detractors might call him, or “tonto”—but never “pendejo” nor “traidor.The Gilded Man|Clifford Smyth
My brigade, with a battalion of cavalry attached, started from Bobo's Cross-roads in the direction of Winchester.The Citizen-Soldier|John Beatty