What Does BUKI Mean?

BUKI means "Cool, Soulful or Ethereal."

The word BUKI is typically used as a complimentary term to describe someone or something that is "Cool, Soulful or Ethereal." BUKI is an expression of admiration or respect.

Of note:
  • BUKI translates as "little kid" in Yaqui, a Native American language spoken in parts of Mexico and Arizona.
  • "Los Bukis" is the name of an award-winning Mexican pop band, formed in 1975.
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    Summary of Key Points

    "Cool, Soulful or Ethereal" is the most common definition for BUKI on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.
    Definition:Cool, Soulful or Ethereal
    Type:Slang Word (Jargon)
    4: Difficult to guess
    Typical Users:
    Adults and Teenagers


    Examples of BUKI in Sentences

    Here are examples of BUKI being used in conversations:
    • Louis: This song takes me to another world.
    • Ryan: Yeah, it is so BUKI.
    • Rod: That guy sure knows how to play guitar!
    • Sian: Yeah, man. He is so BUKI.

    An Academic Look at BUKI

    BUKI is typically used as an adjective (i.e., a describing word). For example:
    • That girl is so BUKI.
    • (Here, the adjective BUKI modifies the noun girl.)
    • The concert was BUKI man.
    • (Here, the adjective BUKI modifies the noun concert.)

    What Did We Say before Texting and Social Media?

    Before the digital era, we might have just said "Cool, Soulful or Ethereal" instead of BUKI. 

    Example of BUKI Used in a Text


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