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Main Entry: 1.bano
Pronunciation: \ba'h-no\
Etymology: Arabic bano; akin to Old English bahnoh and Pakistani origin as well.
Date: December of 1988

1. A very cool individual whom most look up to in a variety of ways and who has an influence on society and the people that reside in the cities in which the individual is from.

2. To be hip.

3. A honorable mention.
Woahhhh, is she Bano!??!

Dayummmmmm, yeah she iss!!!!! =D

^Thats an example :)
by hipassness November 15, 2009
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When someone, usually a friends dad makes a joke due to something stupid or a pointless joke that really is just a pun
desi-hey dad look its josh cutter!
dad- dont give him a razor blade!
that is a bano
by marc craven January 31, 2008
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Common mispelling of the term banjo, used as an excuse for writers error.

Also used in reference to a friend.
Mark: bano
FW: you need more rest dude its got a "J" in it
Mark: nope, thats my new one
Mark: I do need more rest mate but i've moved on to bano
FW: I approve of this product and or service
Mark: youre not a small stringed instrument from the porches of america anymore
Mark: You're a spanish bathroom
FW: I'm putting this one on urban dictionary right now
by Fyrewyre June 10, 2008
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Abandoned house in a blighted neighborhood.

As a Census Bureau representative that performs housing and population surveys for the U.S. Dept of Commerce, I once said to an African American resident that there was a lot of “blight” in this area of town. He asked what blight was because he did not know and responded in an ebonically speaking accent “Oh, we dem bano’s because they are abandoned”.
They got a lot of banos in this old run down town.
by EuroQueen May 10, 2018
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Abandoned house in a blighted neighborhood.

As a Census Bureau representative that performs housing and population surveys for the U.S. Dept of Commerce, I once said to an African American resident that there was a lot of “blight” in this area of town. He asked what blight was because he did not know and responded in an ebonically speaking accent “Oh, we dem bano’s because they are abandoned”.
They got a lot of banos in this old run down town.
by EuroQueen May 10, 2018
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