[ ruhb-uh-boo ]
/ ˈrʌb əˌbu /
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soup made from pemmican, flour, and water, once common among fur trappers, hunters, etc.
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Origin of rubaboo
First recorded in 1815–25; origin uncertain
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British Dictionary definitions for rubaboo
/ (ˈrʌbəˌbuː) /
Canadian a soup or stew made by boiling pemmican with, if available, flour and vegetables
Word Origin for rubaboo
C19: from Canadian French rababou, from Algonquian
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