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1. Bulla


English Translation

Cake


Definition

A small round cake with molasses


Example Sentences

Patois: Mi want a bulla and cheese.
English: I want a bulla with cheese.


Related Words

Ackee , Aile , Bag juice , ilaloo ,



posted by anonymous on May 17, 2024


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2. Bulla


English Translation

Bulla Cake


Definition

A round, flat, and dense cake made with molasses and spices.


Example Sentences

Patois: Pass mi a piece a bulla fi go wid mi cheese.
English: Pass me a piece of bulla cake to go with my cheese.


Related Words

Grater Cake , Sweetie , Gizzada , Tamarind Ball ,



posted by anonymous on May 15, 2024


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3. Bulla (Noun)


Definition

Bullas are a traditional Jamaican snack made with flour, molasses, and soda. They are small, flat, round cakes that are known for their sweetness and toughness. Bullas were once very popular, especially among schoolchildren and poor people. They could be bought in every village shop.


Related Words

Abeng , Accompong , Ackee , ADELPHI ,



posted by anonymous on November 22, 2023


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4. Bulla (Noun)


Definition

A small round cake made with molasses and flavored with banana or ginger. They are inexpensive and easy to make using molasses, flour and baking soda. They are typically eaten as a snack with cheese or avocado.


Example Sentences

Patois: Mi hungry rite now, a bulla and pear woulda do mi gud
English: I’m hungry right now, a bulla and avocado would do me good


Related Words

Ackee , Aile , Bag juice , ilaloo ,



posted by anonymous on February 22, 2014


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