Origin of bunkie
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Bunkie, Louisiana itself was split in half by a railroad track, with black and whites living on either side.
In Bunkie, Eakin also arranged concerts in the local auditorium.
A similar dwelling, “The Bunkie”, meant to serve as a guesthouse or office, recently started taking orders.AbleNook designers offer alternative to disaster-relief tents and trailers
August 18, 2013
"Your bunkie ain't no dude, either, Sarge," continued Kelly.
With his eyes on his bunkie, Terry made a prompt leap downward.
But I've simply got to talk a bit with you, bunkie, my head is so full of it all.Uncle Sam's Boys as Lieutenants
H. Irving Hancock
What a world of meaning there is in the words, "Me and my bunkie."Manual of Military Training
James A. Moss
He assigned me to "bunk" with the only boy in the room who had no bedfellow or "bunkie."Ten years in the ranks, U.S. army