Name that means 'stark white', or albino in Indonesian, thrown generously at foreigners.
Hatred has no ends when it comes to Indonesian people and their xenophobic bias against English expats (or, 'bules' in the local vernacular), who try to hoist a country out of the shitpile that's called Islamist fundamentalism in Indonesia!
Indonesian words that just means white people. It is by no means derogative term. People who thinks it is an insult clearly don't know what they are talking about.
Bule is hardly used in the English speaking country, so there's no example, really.
A non-insulting Indonesian word which actually came from Javanese language meaning white people.
All of the white people of European descent is usually referred to as "Bule".
The word itself in Javanese literally means albino, which is why some of the white people do not like to be called bule.
Hey, I met that bule yesterday!
A chicano slang phrase meaning "dude." With a tilde emphasis on the e. Bull-eh
"Yo whats up Bule'!"
Pronounced the same as the motorcycle company, Buell.
a word that can mean just about anything, depending on the context used. Started out as another word for bullshit. Originated in Cedar Falls, IA at Cedar Falls High School. There are various words that branched off of this word, such as: bugle, tugle, bugle my tugle, and anything else you can think of that isn't a real word but can branch off of bule.
"Quit putting me on bule." - means bullshit
"Let's go bule quick." -let's go smoke some weed
"Let's go have a bule." -let's go smoke a cigarette
"Why are you bulein'?" -why are you bull-shitting?
"You've bugled my tugle for the last time." -you've bullshitted me for the last time.
Mexican term for cool, usually from the north of mexico (chihuahua).
Orale vato, esta bule
Hey dude, thats a cool song.
Mother of a smelly ogre horse monkey. (insult)
you are a bule!!
your mums a bule!!