noun, plural (especially collectively) bo·ni·to, (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) bo·ni·tos.
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Yes, yes, we all know that they call it the jogo bonito in Brazil, the beautiful game.
Pele, by the way, is often given credit for coining the phrase O Jogo Bonito—the Beautiful Game.The Literature of Futbol: 11 Great Books About Soccer|Robert Birnbaum|June 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
What is that white lady doing with that handful of ginseng roots and bonito flakes?
The bonito and albicore chase it day and night; but the dolphin is its worst and swiftest foe.Wanderings in South America|Charles Waterton
This fish is called bonito by many of the Catalina anglers, which is a misnomer, as it is a much slimmer fish than the bonito.Game Birds and Game Fishes of the Pacific Coast|Harry Thom Payne
On the northern cape of the Gate, Point Bonito, are three 16-inch rifles mounted in a similar way.
Was it true that a new schoolhouse was going to be built on Bonito?The Sheriff's Son|William MacLeod Raine
They applaud with cries of “bonito”; they ask questions, and the house is never still for a single instant.Things seen in Spain|C. Gasquoine Hartley