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Definition funny of Bulleh:
Bulleh (spelled phonetically) : Used as slang in hawaiian pigeon. It is used between men primarily, however, plenty women will address a man with this salutation. It stems from the word "bully". In hawaiian pigeon the "U" is sounded/pronounced "ooh" so the word has been slurred from "Bully" too "boo leh". Often a man will greet another with "Hey boo leh, howzit?" It is like saying "your the bull/ bully, you dah man." It is just a nice way to say "You dah man and I will be submissive to you"
ex: 1) "yo' whassup bulleh, howzit ?" 2) "No way Iam do'n dat, you dah bulleh, you do it.."
noun: a term used in pidgin that is applied to a person. it is most often a very friendly term, but can be used when the people conversing are not friendly towards each other.
1. "sup bulleh" or "howzit bulleh" 2. "what bulleh!? get problem?"
Songs about Bulleh:
Bulleh Shah...Bulleya! To Me, I Am Not Known (Sufi) by Preet from the Album Bulleh Shah...Bulleya! To Me, I Am Not Known (Sufi)
Sade Verhe Aaya Kar Kaafi - Bulleh Shah by Abida Parween from the Album Songs of the Mystics
Aray Logoon (Live) [feat. Kalaam Bulleh Shah] by Sanam Marvi from the Album Sufi Festival 2014 (Peace Jam)
Baba Bulleh Shah by Sharif Idu from the Album Beyond...
Baba Bulleh Shah by Farhan Ali Qadri from the Album Aaya Kamli Wala
Bulleh Ki Jana by Chintoo Singh from the Album Kalam - E - Sufi
Bulleh Shah by Shafqat Amanat Ali from the Album Tabeer
Books about Bulleh:
Bulleh Shah: Life & Poems (Introduction to Sufi Poets Series Book 11) by Paul Smith (May 23, 2014)
Bulleh Shah: Selected Poems by Bulleh Shah and Paul Smith (Sep 15, 2012)
Bulleh Shah (1680-1758): The Love-Intoxicated Iconclast by J. R. Puri and T.R. Shangari (1986)
Sain, Bulleh Shah: The Mystic Songs by K. S. Duggal (2010)
Sain Bulleh Shah: The Mystic Muse by K.S. Duggal (Nov 15, 2004)
Bulleh Shah: A Sufi Mystic of the Punjab by Bob Gibbons and Siân Pritchard Jones (Dec 1, 2008)
Bulleh Shah: The Love-Intoxicated Iconoclast by J.R. Puri & T. R. Shangari (1986)