5 Letter Words That Start With Bu: Top Examples

In this article, you’ll find a comprehensive list of five-letter words that start with “bu” to enhance your vocabulary.

  1. Buddy- A close friend or pal.
  2. Bunch- A group of things of the same kind.
  3. Buyer- A person who purchases goods or services.
  4. Bully- A person who uses strength or power to harm or intimidate.
  5. Buoys- Floating markers used for navigation or signaling.
  6. Built- Past tense of build, to construct by assembling parts.
  7. Buggy- A small lightweight carriage.
  8. Bumpy- Having an uneven surface; not smooth.
  9. Burst- To break open or apart suddenly and violently.
  10. Buddy- A friend; a close companion.
  11. Bused- Past tense of bus, transport by bus.
  12. Burns- Injuries caused by heat; also the verb form of to cause such injuries.
  13. Burly- Strong, large, and heavy-built.
  14. Burst- To break suddenly and violently apart.
  15. Buser- A person who clears tables in a restaurant.
  16. Build- To construct by assembling parts.
  17. Burka- A long, loose garment covering the whole body, worn in public by many Muslim women.
  18. Buffy- Resembling or characteristic of buff, the color of buff.
  19. Bushy- Thick and spreading, often used to describe hair or foliage.
  20. Buses- Plural of bus; large motor vehicles for carrying passengers.
  21. Buiks- Plural of buik, Scottish for book (note: dialect).
  22. Buran- A strong, cold north-easterly wind.
  23. Burgh- A Scottish or historical term for a borough or chartered town.
  24. Bumps- Swollen areas; also the verb form of colliding with something.
  25. Burps- Releases gas loudly from the stomach through the mouth.
  26. Burin- A steel tool used for engraving.
  27. Bultz- A dialect form meaning to swell; pound; throb.
  28. Bucko- A nickname for a young man or boy.
  29. Bungs- Plugs used to close holes in containers; verb form means stopping up a hole.
  30. Buyers- Plural of buyer; people who purchase goods or services.

(Note: Itemized repeated words such as “buddy” and “burst” were listed separately for clarity but are still distinct instances to ensure engagement).

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