What Does BUKU Mean?

More commonly used in America, BUKU is derived from the French term "beaucoup," which means "lots of" or "a lot" (e.g., merci beaucoup meaning "thank you very much").

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When I write BUKU, I mean this: meaning of BUKU BUKU is an abbreviated version of the French word "beaucoup" (a lot of).

Summary of Key Points

"Lots of (from the French "beaucoup")" is the most common definition for BUKU on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.
Definition:Lots of (from the French "beaucoup")
Type:Slang Word (Jargon)
2: Quite easy to guess
Typical Users:
Adults and Teenagers


Examples of BUKU in Sentences

Here are examples of BUKU being used in conversations:
  • Tony: That watch will cost you BUKU dollars.
  • Jordan: I know, but I want it anyway.
  • Tony: There was BUKU beer last night. You should've been there.
  • Jordan: I'll make up for it next time.

An Academic Look at BUKU

BUKU is classified as a cyber term as opposed to an initialism abbreviation or an acronym. Initially, cyber terms were introduced for brevity, but, particularly with the advent of predictive texting and on-screen keyboards, they are now mostly employed for fun. Cyber terms differ from icons because they are not pictorial representations.

Example of BUKU Used in a Text


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