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in occasional use since the 1970s.
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an exclamation used to startle or frighten
Bo also commonly referred to as Bo Town, is the second largest city in Sierra Leone and the largest city in the Southern Province. The city serves as the capital and administrative center of Bo District. Bo lies approximately 155 miles south-east of Freetown and about 45 miles from Kenema. After Freetown, Bo is the leading financial, educational, commercial and urban center of Sierra Leone. The city of Bo is one of Sierra Leone's six municipalities and is locally governed by a directly elected city council, headed by a mayor. The municipality of Bo had a population of 149,957 in the 2004 census and a current estimate of 243,266. The city is the primary home of Njala University, the second largest university in Sierra Leone, after the Fourah Bay College. Bo is also home to the The Bo Government Secondary School, which is one of the biggest and most prominent secondary schools in West Africa. The city is home to a significant population of many of Sierra Leone's ethnic groups, though the Mende people make up the largest ethnic group in the city. The Krio language is by far the most widely spoken language in Bo and is used as the primary language of communication in the city. The city's population is religiously diverse among muslims and christians.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
bō, interj. a word used to frighten children.—To say bo to a goose, to open the mouth, to say even a word.
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The numerical value of BO in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of BO in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
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