noun, plural bom·bi·llas [bawm-bee-yahs, -lyahs] /bɔmˈbi yɑs, -lyɑs/. Spanish.
Origin of bombilla
Examples from the Web for bombilla
The bombilla, a silver tube with a bulbous end pierced full of fine holes, is then inserted.The Western World|W.H.G. Kingston
Each drinker has his own gourd and bombilla, the latter being necessitated by the use of the leaf in the form of a powder.The Argentine in the Twentieth Century|Albert B. Martinez
A bombilla is a metal tube with a small covered spoonlike head which is perforated with small holes.Journeys and Experiences in Argentina, Paraguay, and Chile|Henry Stephens
Women and old men sit immovable in the dust, the bombilla between their lips, in an ecstasy of mat.South America To-day|Georges Clemenceau
The beverage is then handed round to the company, each person being furnished with a bombilla.