bulja

bulja
bȕlja ž <G mn bȗljā>
DEFINICIJA
reg.
1. gomila prljavog rublja; zavežljaj
2. žarg. a. glava b. lokal. stražnjica
ETIMOLOGIJA
mađ. bulyál

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